Relationship among antioxidant activity, vasodilation capacity, and phenolic content of red wines.

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The relationship among antioxidant activity, based on the electron-spin resonance determination of the reduction of Fremy's radical, vasodilation activity, and phenolic content was investigated in 16 red wines. The wines were selected to provide a range of origins, grape varieties, and vinification methods. Sensitive and selective HPLC methods were used for… (More)

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@article{Burns2000RelationshipAA, title={Relationship among antioxidant activity, vasodilation capacity, and phenolic content of red wines.}, author={Jeffrey P Burns and P T Gardner and J O'neil and Stacey Crawford and Ian Morecroft and Don McPhail and C J Kim Lister and Daniel R. Matthews and Michael Maclean and Michael Ej Lean and Garry G. Duthie and Alan Crozier}, journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry}, year={2000}, volume={48 2}, pages={220-30} }