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  • noun organic chemistry A anthocyanidin pigment, 2-(3,4-dihydroxyphenyl) chromenylium-3,5,7-triol, found in many red berries

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  • As a result, the anthocyanins have been shown to be glycosides, which can be split up into a kind of sugar - in most cases glucose - and a colour component, a "cyanidin".

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1915 - Presentation

  • Cyclooxygenase inhibitory and antioxidant cyanidin glycosides in cherries and berries.

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  • Cyclooxygenase inhibitory and antioxidant cyanidin glycosides in cherries and berries.

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  • Three anthocyanins have been isolated from D. alata var. atropurpurea and rubella and found to be cyanidin glycosides.

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  • By the reduction of one such yellow pigment, quercetin, he has obtained the cyanidin which occurs in roses and cornflowers, and by chemical synthesis he has succeeded in preparing the cyanidin of the pelargonia, pelargonidin.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1915 - Presentation

  • "Straight cyanidin 'proposition, averagin' $60 to the ton with a tunnel cross-cuttin 'the ore-shoot at forty feet that samples $80 where she begins to widen --" Lack of breath prevented Porcupine Jim from saying that the hanging wall was of schist and the foot wall of granite and he would take $65,000 for it, if he could have 10 per cent. in cash.

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  • My acai vitamns and minerals content recommends 30 boards of cyanidin exercises/activities three minds a week.

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  • Black cherry, rich in antioxidants, including cyanidin, supports connective tissue health.

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  • The main antioxidants in the juice were primarily anthocyanins, they added, and predominantly cyanidin 3-rutoside, cyanidin 3-diglycoside, and cyanidin 3-glucoside.

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  • It carries three times more polyphenol compared to red wine and almost 5 times more anthocyanin than common blueberries, and an interesting substance named cyanidin 3-rutinoside, that can be found in the berries, offers [...]

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