flavonol


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fla·vo·nol

(flā'vō-nol),
1. Reduced flavone.
2. flavone1 hydroxylated at position 3; a member of a class of vascular pigments.
3. Any hydroxylated flavone.
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The scientists were able to significantly increase the total flavonol content in both the peel and flesh using the onion chalcone isomerase (CHI) gene.
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However, participants in the highest quintiles of flavonol and flavanone intakes had modestly lower risk of ovarian cancer than that of participants in the lowest quintile, although the P-trend was not significant [HRs: 0.
This clinical trial assessed if the green tea flavonol, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), could rescue the deficits in cognition in adult mice with Down syndrome and in a pilot study involving human subjects with Down syndrome.
While the authors have indicated that tests included in USP do not permit to detect adulteration of ginkgo extract with flavonol aglycones, we feel compelled to bring to the readers' attention that a test similar to that described by Wohlmuth et al.
In a study published in the International Journal of Cancer, researchers assessed the relationship between dietary flavonol intake and breast cancer risk in more than 90,000 premenopausal women, between the ages of 26 and 46, over an 8-year period.
The study demonstrated that flavonol glycosides were degraded and the compound catechin had oxidized during manufacturing and storage for many of the green tea supplement samples studied.
A diet high in the flavonol quercetin, found in onions and apples, may lower your risk for deadly pancreatic cancer by 25 percent and, if you are a smoker, by as much as 59 percent.