naringenin


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naringenin

(nar-in'jen-in),
A human metabolite of naringin (q.v.), possibly an inhibitor of some cytochrome P450 enzymes.
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1930S: THE GRAPEFRUIT DIET IN the 1930s it was claimed that a chemical in grapefruit called naringenin, could help burn fat.
1930s: THE GRAPEFRUIT DIET IN THE 1930s, it was claimed that a chemical in grapefruit, called naringenin, could help burn fat.
Naringenin - known for its bitter taste of grapefruit - has been found to successfully prevent the formation of kidney cysts.
The citrus flavanone naringenin shows promise as a preventive agent against cutaneous aging as well as carcinogenesis.
Mangiferin and naringenin affect the photostability and phototoxicity of sunscreens containing avobenzone.
Inhibitory effect of naringenin (citrus flavonone) on N-nitrosodiethylamine induced hepatocarcinogenesis in rats.
Sirovina (2011) DNA protective effects of quercetin or naringenin in Alloxan-induced diabetic mice.
Apigenin and naringenin regulate glucose and lipid metabolism, and ameliorate vascular dysfunction in type 2 diabetic rats.
Naringenin inhibits angiotensin il-induced vascular smooth muscle cells proliferation and migration and decreases neointimal hyperplasia in balloon injured rat carotid arteries through suppressing oxidative stress.
Antioxidant properties, radical scavenging activity and biomolecule protection capacity of flavonoid naringenin and its glycoside naringin: a comparative study.
8-Prenylnaringenin (8-PN) was synthesized from naringenin as described previously (Gester et al.