pharmacophores love

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  • n. Plural form of pharmacophore.

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Examples

  • As discussed in chapter 2, the flavor cinnamic aldehyde contains Michael acceptor pharmacophores, which turn on gene expression of a number of cell-protective antioxidant enzymes.

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  • Green, black, and white tea (Camellia sinensis), cocoa, and blueberries all contain special catechins (with active pharmacophores) that have significant effects on gene expression.

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  • Blueberries, cocoa, and tea, with active pharmacophores, are perfect examples of how nutritional factors exert control of gene expression.

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  • In looking at the molecular structure of the PBN nitrone spin traps, I recognized a familiar structure, one that is seen in the Michael acceptor pharmacophores in cinnamic aldehyde, the curcuminoids found in turmeric, and the nitroalkenes described earlier in this chapter.

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  • In addition, I will introduce you to phytonutrients with other pharmacophores, which act as powerful anti-inflammatories through similar mechanisms.

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  • The remarkably protective properties of Michael acceptor pharmacophores are one of our finest strategies for staying Forever Young.

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  • This not inconsiderable feat is accomplished by a class of exotic-sounding substances known as Michael acceptor pharmacophores.

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  • These mild electrophiles, also known as Michael acceptor pharmacophores, and other similarly acting pharma-cophores are of tremendous importance in the dual battlefields of aging and disease.

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  • Watercress, like the spices and green tea, contains the active pharmacophores that control transcription factors and gene expression.

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  • And because we begin our discovery process with well-understood pharmacophores, we are able to greatly reduce the target biology risks associated with drug candidates and focus instead on changing, improving and extending their action within the body.

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