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Ground green coffee beans as a functional food supplement – Preliminary study
Abstract The paper presents the study on possibilities of using green coffee beans (GCB) from Ethiopia, Kenya, Brazil and Colombia as a functional additive. The dominant compound identified wasExpand
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Nutraceutical Potential of Tinctures from Fruits, Green Husks, and Leaves of Juglans regia L.
The aim of this study was to assess the phenolic composition and nutraceutical potential of tinctures from fruits in two stages of maturity (F3, younger; F25, older), green husks (GH), and leaves (L)Expand
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Multidirectional characterisation of chemical composition and health-promoting potential of Rosa rugosa hips
Abstract Rugosa rose provides one of the largest hips frequently used in the preparation of pharmaceutical and food products. The aim of work was to conduct multidirectional study of biologicalExpand
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Study of cytotoxic activity, podophyllotoxin, and deoxypodophyllotoxin content in selected Juniperus species cultivated in Poland
Abstract Context: The demand for podophyllotoxin and deoxypodophyllotoxin is still increasing and commercially exploitable sources are few and one of them, Podophyllum hexandrum RoyleExpand
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Novel Phenolic Constituents of Pulmonaria officinalis L. LC-MS/MS Comparison of Spring and Autumn Metabolite Profiles
Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis L., Boraginaceae) is considered to possess therapeutic properties and it has been traditionally used as a remedy against various lung disorders in many countries.Expand
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New Triterpenoid Saponins from the Roots of Saponaria officinalis
Three new triterpenoid saponins (1–3), along with nine known saponins, were isolated from the roots of Saponaria officinalis L. Two of them: vaccaroside D (4) and dianchinenoside B (5) are known, butExpand
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Yunnaneic Acid B, a Component of Pulmonaria officinalis Extract, Prevents Peroxynitrite-Induced Oxidative Stress in Vitro.
Our work reveals that the aerial parts of Pulmonaria officinalis L. are a new source of yunnaneic acid B. We studied antioxidant activity and cytotoxicity of this compound (1-50 μg/mL) and itsExpand
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Isolation and Determination of Phenolic Glycosides and Anthraquinones from Rhizomes of Various Reynoutria Species.
Giant knotweeds of the genus Reynoutria (syn. Fallopia)-Reynoutria japonica, Reynoutria sachalinensis, and a hybrid of them, Reynoutria x bohemica-are noxious invasive plants in Europe and NorthExpand
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Triterpenoid Components from Oak Heartwood (Quercus robur) and Their Potential Health Benefits.
For centuries oak wood (Quercus robur) has been used in aging of wines and spirits, which is based on pleasant flavors given to beverages by phenolics transferred to the liquid during the maturationExpand
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Mild Drought Stress-Induced Changes in Yield, Physiological Processes and Chemical Composition in Festuca, Lolium and Festulolium
The impact of mild drought stress (3 weeks at 40 % field water capacity) on yield, physiological processes, accumulation of proline and phenolic compounds and forage quality parameters in forageExpand
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