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The fermentation of three arabinoxylan (AX) fractions from wheat by the human fecal microflora was investigated in vitro. Three AX fractions, with average molecular masses of 354, 278, and 66 kDa, were incorporated into miniature-scale batch cultures (with inulin as a positive prebiotic control) with feces from three healthy donors, aged 23-29. Microflora(More)
An UHPLC-PDA-ESI/HRMS(n) profiling method was used to identify the glucosinolates and flavonoids of Rorippa indica (Cruciferae), a wild vegetable and Chinese herb used to treat cough, diarrhea, and rheumatoid arthritis. Thirty-three glucosinolates, more than 40 flavonol glycosides, and 18 other phenolic and common organic compounds were identified. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the chemical constituents of Litsea lancifolia. METHODS AU compounds were isolated from the diethyl ether extract of the title herb by sillica gel column chromatogrphy, and their structures were identified by physical and chemical evidences and spectral methods. RESULTS Seven compounds were isolated and identified as(More)
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