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Metabolic engineering tanshinone biosynthetic pathway in Salvia miltiorrhiza hairy root cultures.
The Reciprocal Interactions between Polyphenols and Gut Microbiota and Effects on Bioaccessibility
- T. Ozdal, D. Sela, Jianbo Xiao, D. Boyacioğlu, Fang Chen, E. Çapanoğlu
- Biology, MedicineNutrients
- 1 February 2016
This review focuses on the biotransformation of polyphenols by gut microbiota, modulation of gut microbiota bypolyphenols, and the effects of these two-way mutual interactions on polyphenol bioavailability, and ultimately, human health.
Interaction of dietary polyphenols with bovine milk proteins: molecular structure-affinity relationship and influencing bioactivity aspects.
- Jianbo Xiao, Fangfang Mao, Fan Yang, Yalu Zhao, Chaoshuo Zhang, Koichiro Yamamoto
- Chemistry, MedicineMolecular nutrition & food research
- 1 November 2011
The binding affinities with MP were strongly influenced by the structural differences of dietary polyphenols, and the MP-polyphenol interaction weakened with the DPPH free radical scavenging potential of polyphenol.
A review of microencapsulation methods for food antioxidants: Principles, advantages, drawbacks and applications.
A Review of Dietary Polyphenol-Plasma Protein Interactions: Characterization, Influence on the Bioactivity, and Structure-Affinity Relationship
An overview of the research reports on the characterization, influence on the bioactivity, and the structure-affinity relationship for studying the affinities between polyphenols and plasma proteins is given.
Therapeutic Properties of Bioactive Compounds from Different Honeybee Products
This review is aimed at providing an exhaustive screening of the bioactive compounds detected in honeybee products and of their curative or adverse biological effects.
Advances in the biotechnological glycosylation of valuable flavonoids.
Influence of B-ring hydroxylation on interactions of flavonols with bovine serum albumin.
Results showed that the hydrogen bond force play an important role in binding flavonols to BSA, in agreement with the generally accepted structure-dependent free radical scavenger and antioxidant abilities of flavonol.
Increased accumulation of the cardio-cerebrovascular disease treatment drug tanshinone in Salvia miltiorrhiza hairy roots by the enzymes 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl CoA reductase and…
Key enzyme genes SmHMGR and SmDXR involved in the tanshinone biosynthetic pathway were introduced into Salvia miltiorrhiza (Sm) hairy roots to enhance tANShinone production to provide a useful strategy to improve tansinone content as well as other natural active products by combination of genetic engineering with elicitors.