stilbene


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stil·bene

(stil'bēn),
1. an unsaturated hydrocarbon, the nucleus of stilbestrol and other synthetic estrogenic compounds.
2. A class of compounds based on stilbene (1).

stil·bene

(stil'bēn)
1. An unsaturated hydrocarbon, the nucleus of stilbestrol and other synthetic estrogenic compounds.
2. A class of compounds based on stilbene (1).
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Resveratrol (Chart 2) is a stilbene phytoalexin found in wine grape peanut and considered as an essential food ingredient due to its chemo-preventative and anti-oxidant properties.
In particular, flutemetamol (GE-067), a 3'-fluoro analog of PIB, and florbetaben (BAY-94-9172, AV-1), a derivative of stilbene, whose imaging time goes up to 130 minutes following injection, are in Phase 3 of clinical development.
It has increased bioavailability in comparison to other stilbene compounds, which may contribute to health benefits.
The main phenolic compounds identified in the five pepper cultivars were gallic acid, caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid, among phenolic acids; catechin, epicatechin, rutin and luteolin among flavonoids; and the stilbene, resveratrol (Table I).
Cultivar, juice extraction, ultra violet irradiation and storage influence the stilbene content of muscadine grapes (Vitis rotundifolia Michx.
Several kinds of liquid crystalline (LC) epoxy resins were reported, such as biphenyl (3), (4), aromatic ester (5), azomethine (6), and stilbene (7) and so on.
Transfer of a grapevine stilbene synthase gene to rice (Oryza sativa L.
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