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chlorophyllin

 [klor´o-fil-in]
any of the water-soluble salts from chlorophyll, used topically and orally for deodorizing skin lesions and orally for deodorizing the urine and feces in colostomy, ileostomy, and incontinence; used particularly in the form of the copper complex.

chlorophyllin

/chlo·ro·phyl·lin/ (klor´o-fil-in) any of the water-soluble salts from chlorophyll; used topically and orally for deodorizing skin lesions and orally for deodorizing the urine and feces in colostomy, ileostomy, and incontinence; used particularly in the form of the copper complex.

chlorophyllin (klôr´əfilin),

n any one of a number of products result-ing from the reaction of certain decomposition products of chlorophyll with copper and other metallic ions.
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One such report concerns about the antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic activity of chlorophyllin towards aflatoxin in rainbow trout [142].
Altamirano-Lozano, "Effect of chlorophyllin on chromium trioxide-induced micronuclei in polychromatic erythrocytes in mouse peripheral blood," Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, vol.
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In December a factory owner was sentenced to 16 years in prison for selling olive oil adulterated with cheap cottonseed oil and banned colouring agent copper chlorophyllin.
Chlorophyllin, the chemical that gives spinach its dark green color, is known to reduce the risk of liver cancer.
Media revealed in October that Chang Chi adulterated premium olive oil and other oil products with less expensive cottonseed oil, and even with potentially harmful chemicals, including copper chlorophyllin, while selling them as 100 percent pure products.
Chlorophyllin is a sodium-copper salt derivative of chlorophyll where the central nucleus of magnesium is substituted by another metal such as copper, iron or cobalt and where the phytyl and methyl ester groups are substituted by sodium or potassium (SARKAR et al.
There's considerable evidence in epidemiologic and other clinical studies with humans that chlorophyll and its derivative, chlorophyllin, can protect against cancer," said Tammie McQuistan, a research assistant working with George Bailey, a professor emeritus in the Linus Pauling Institute at OSU.
The composition comprises at least one natural dye chosen from orceins, alizarin, purpurin, carminic acid, kermesic acid, purpuroqallin, protocatechaldehyde, indigo, curcumin, spinulosin, apiqenidin, chlorophyllin, sorghum, and cochineal carmine and at least one organic solvent.