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Urolithins, gut microbiota-derived metabolites of ellagitannins, inhibit LPS-induced inflammation in RAW 264.7 murine macrophages.
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The anti-inflammatory effects of urolithins at concentrations that are physiologically relevant for gut tissues (≥40 μM), as revealed in this study, support the data from in vivo studies showing the beneficial effects of ellagitannin-rich products toward intestinal inflammation.
Chemical composition, antioxidative and anti-inflammatory activity of extracts prepared from aerial parts of Oenothera biennis L. and Oenothera paradoxa Hudziok obtained after seeds cultivation.
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Both O. paradoxa extract and O. biennis extract exhibited anti-inflammatory activity by the inhibition of hyaluronidase and lipoxygenase in a concentration-dependent manner and may be explained by its higher oenothein B content.
Extracts from Epilobium sp. Herbs, Their Components and Gut Microbiota Metabolites of Epilobium Ellagitannins, Urolithins, Inhibit Hormone‐Dependent Prostate Cancer Cells‐(LNCaP) Proliferation and
TLDR
Results of the work offer an explanation of the activity of Epilobium extracts and support the use of EpILobium preparations in the treatment of prostate diseases.
C-glucosidic ellagitannins from Lythri herba (European Pharmacopoeia): chromatographic profile and structure determination.
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To isolate ellagitannins from Lythri herba, determine their structures and develop chromatographic methods for their qualitative analysis, the phytochemical characterisation of this main group of compounds has not yet been fully conducted.
Ellagitannins, Gallotannins and their Metabolites- The Contribution to the Anti-Inflammatory Effect of Food Products and Medicinal Plants.
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The aim of the review is to summarize the knowledge about HT-containing products' phytochemistry and their anti-inflammatory effects together with discussion of the data about observed biological activities with regards to the current concepts on the HTs' bioavailability and metabolism.
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