Determination of Free-and Conjugated-isoflavones of Tomato Samples

In Isoflavones are a subclass of flavonoids and are also described as phytoestrogen compounds because they exhibit oestrogenic activity. In their naturally occurring glycosidic form, isoflavones are conjugated at the 7 position and are often esterified with acetyl or malonyl groups at the 6’ position of the sugar residue. The aim of this study was to… (More)

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