isoflavonoid


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isoflavonoid

(ī′sō-flā′vō-noid′)
n.
Any of a large group of water-soluble flavones that are plant pigments, are thought to be antioxidants, and are found in a variety of foods, especially soy products.
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Lignans and isoflavonoids inhibit aromatase enzyme in human preadipocytes.
Conclusions: The cytotoxicity of the studied isoflavonoids and especially the pterocarpan 3 deserve more detailed exploration in the future to develop novel anticancer drugs against sensitive and otherwise drug-resistant phenotypes.
Dhaubhadel, "Twin anchors of the soybean isoflavonoid metabolon: Evidence for tethering of the complex to the endoplasmic reticulum by IFS and C4H," The Plant Journal, vol.
Caption: Figure 1: Structure of flavonoid (1), isoflavonoid (2), genistein (3), and biochanin A (4).
The radical scavenging activities of radix pueraria isoflavonoids: A chemiluminescence study.
Antioxidant effects of isoflavonoids and lignans, and protection against DNA oxidation.
Flavonoids and isoflavonoids --a gold mine for metabolic engineering.
[60.] Slavin JL, Karr SC, Hutchins MA and JW Lampe Influence of soybean processing, habitual diet, and soy dose on urinary isoflavonoid excretion.
Isoflavonoid compounds from red clover (Trifolium pretense) protect from inflammation and immune suppression induced by UV radiation.
Isoflavonoid levels in spot urine are associated with frequency of dietary soy intake in a population-based sample of middle-aged and older Chinese in Singapore.
(34) However, the mechanism is not clear and it cannot be assumed that sage alone was the effective component because alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a significant source of the isoflavonoid, coumestrol, which could have contributed to the observed efficacy.