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  • noun Plural form of aglycone.

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  • These glycosides have the same aglycones, nyasoside

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  • They contain the anthraquinone derivatives, mainly as glycosides, which on hydrolysis yield aglycones which are hydroxyanthraquinone derivatives.

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  • The presence of a double bond at position C-2-3 in the flavone and flavonol aglycones, a keto group at C-4, B ring hydroxylation and/or a free hydroxyl group at C-3 may be associated with activity.

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  • K, Natori S, Fujino T, Sugimura T The mutagenicities of 61 flavonoids (naturally occurring flavonoid aglycones and flavonal glycosides and synthetic flavonoids) and those of 11 compounds structurally related to flavonoids were tested with Salmonella typhimurium strains

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  • The flavonoid aglycones were more potent in their antiperoxidative action than their corresponding glycosides.

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  • This glucuronidation reaction converts hydrophobic aglycones to water-soluble glucuronides and enhances their excretion from the body Mammalian and avian genomes contain a single Ugt1 cluster divided into two major groups: constant-proximal bilirubin group and constant-distal phenol group

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  • This glucuronidation reaction converts hydrophobic aglycones to water-soluble glucuronides and enhances their excretion from the body Mammalian and avian genomes contain a single Ugt1 cluster divided into two major groups: constant-proximal bilirubin group and constant-distal phenol group

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  • The researchers said that organic tomatoes contained on average 79 and 97 per cent more quercetin and kaempferol aglycones than conventionally grown tomatoes.

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  • Alyson Mitchell from the University of California-Davis, and researchers from University of Minnesota studied the levels of quercetin and kaempferol aglycones in dried tomato samples

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  • Mitchell and co-workers report that organic tomatoes contained on average 79 and 97 per cent more quercetin and kaempferol aglycones than conventionally grown tomatoes.

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