Experimental in vitro arterial reactivity and tissue culture solutions alter the time-dependent stability of anthocyanins from elderberry, chokeberry, and bilberry extracts.

@article{Nalliah2009ExperimentalIV,
  title={Experimental in vitro arterial reactivity and tissue culture solutions alter the time-dependent stability of anthocyanins from elderberry, chokeberry, and bilberry extracts.},
  author={Ruth Ellen Nalliah and Jordan S. Phillips and Abby J. Gaier and Kristen E. Gochenaur and David R. Bell},
  journal={International journal of food sciences and nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={60 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          209-19
        }
}
We examined the effect of solutions commonly used for in vitro assessment of blood vessel physiology and pharmacology on the half-lives of monomeric anthocyanins contained in extracts from elderberry, chokeberry, and bilberry. We observed that monomeric anthocyanin degradation in all extracts was accelerated when they were solubilized in an in vitro vascular physiological salt solution (PSS) compared with extracts in purified water. Degradation was accelerated further by increasing the… CONTINUE READING
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