- a-, together (from Greek ha-; see haploid) + glyc(o)- + -one. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The product will, according to studies, deliver 200-300 times more free or 'aglycone' resveratrol to the blood plasma.”
“In the fetal study abstract touted by Sarnoff, the authors state that rats given BPA by mouth showed no ill effects: "Oral administration of the same dose did not produce measurable levels of aglycone BPA in fetal tissues.”
“Synthesis of the aglycone from 2,4-dihydroxybenzoic acid was achieved in three steps.”
“(PCC) to give 2-hydroxy-4-methoxybenzaldehyde, the NMR data of which were identical to those of the aglycone, which was obtained after hydrolysis of the glycoside.”
“A glycoside daidzin, an aglycone daidzein and an isoflavone puerarin are among compounds identified in the roots.”
“To determine that the detected metabolite was due to modification of quercetin by platelets, untreated platelets (4A inset: plasma control) and quercetin aglycone (4D. ii inset) were examined to confirm the absence of tamarixetin.”
“O-methyl quercetin (tamarixetin), has been reported to be taken up by erythrocytes The structures of quercetin aglycone and plasma metabolites.”
“Each variable exon encodes a signal peptide and the amino-terminal aglycone-recognition domain.”
“Because the variable exons encode the aglycone-recognition domains, these dynamic evolution of variable exons may be an adaptation of each organisms to its specific environmental niches.”
“Nevertheless, they may encode short-form polypeptides containing only the N-terminal signal peptide and the aglycone-recognition domain, but lacking the donor-binding domain and the ER-anchoring transmembrane segment.”
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