diallyl


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di·al·lyl

(dī-al'il),
A compound containing two allyl groups.
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Helps iron deficiency and anaemia IT can help anaemia and iron deficiency because the diallyl disulfide increases the production of a protein that helps in the absorption and release of iron and improves iron metabolism.
A role for diallyl trisulfide in mitochondrial antioxidative stress contributes to its protective effects against vascular endothelial impairment.
Now, Emory researchers have turned to diallyl trisulfide as a way to deliver the benefits of hydrogen sulfide to the heart.
Inhibitory effects of aqueous garlic extract, garlic oil and four diallyl sulfides against four enteric pathogens.
The research is still at the basic stage, well removed from an actual application, but eventually diallyl sulfide could be used to clean food preparation surfaces and as a preservative in packaged foods like potato and pasta salads, coleslaw and deli meats to extend the products' shelf life and reduce the growth of bacteria.
Synergistic growth inhibition of mouse skin tumors by pomegranate fruit extract and diallyl sulfide: evidence for inhibition of activated MAPKs/NF-kappaB and reduced cell proliferation.
Scientists tested the compound, diallyl trisulphide, on mice at risk of heart damage from blocked coronary arteries.
1997) used GMA and diallyl phthalate on rubberwood and noted increased dimensional stability, which they attributed to improved cross-linking between the wood and the vinyl.
1995, "Chemoprotective effects of capsaicin and diallyl sulfide against mutagenesis or tumorigenesis by vinyl carbamate and Nnitrosodimethylamine," Carcinogenesis.
Chillies contain the strongly vasodilatory capsaicin; garlic contains the pungent organosulphur compounds allicin and diallyl disulphide that induce inflammation and pain.
Attenuation of n-nitrosodiethylamine-induced liver carcinogenesis in rats by naturally occurring diallyl sulfide.