rhamnoside

rham·no·side

(ram'nō-sīd),
A glycoside of rhamnose.
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Antibacterial and synergy of a flavanonol rhamnoside with antibiotics against clinical isolates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
at m/z 611 and fragment ions at m/z 465 (quercetin glucoside+H), at m/z 449 (quercetin rhamnoside +H) and at m/z 303 (quercetin +H).
A fragment ion at m/z 306 refers to the deprotonated glutathione (GSH) moiety and CNLs of 120 and 146, indicating the presence of a rhamnoside group.
Antibacterial and synergy of a flavononol rhamnoside with antibiotics against clinical isolates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Flavonoid analysis has shown that quercetin glycosides, especially quercetin glucuronide, predominate in Epilobium angustifolium in contrast to other Epilobium species, where myricetin rhamnoside is the main compound (Ducrey et al.
Quantitative LC/MS/MS method and in vivo pharmacokinetic studies of vitexin rhamnoside, a bioactive constituent on cardiovascular system from hawthorn.