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Flavonoids and their properties to form chelate complexes

@inproceedings{Symonowicz2012FlavonoidsAT,
  title={Flavonoids and their properties to form chelate complexes},
  author={Marzena Symonowicz and Mateusz Kolanek},
  year={2012}
}
The medical properties of naturally occurring compounds such as flavonoids have been well known for many years. However, the discovery that complexes of flavonoids with metal ions are more effective than free flavonoids changed the course of chemistry research. Flavonoids can be effective drugs because of their potent chelating or neuroprotective, radical scavenging and anti-inflammatory properties. Our paper is a literature review about flavonoids and their complexes which are generally used… 

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