The Structure of Pinitol1

  title={The Structure of Pinitol1},
  author={Arthur B. Anderson and Donald L. Macdonald and Hermann O. L. Fischer},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
Extract of ice plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum) ameliorates hyperglycemia and modulates the gut microbiota composition in type 2 diabetic Goto-Kakizaki rats.
IPE significantly improved pancreatic islet morphology, β-cell survival, and insulin secretion in diabetic rats, thus contributing to the antihyperglycemic effect and IPE might be a promising functional food for the prevention of diabetes.
Antidiabetic bioactive compounds from plants Type of article : Review
This review provided information about the most useful antidi diabetic compounds from plants available through numerous literature sources from various databases and confirmed the benefits of phytoconstituants with antidiabetic effects in the management of diabetes mellitus.
Spectroscopic and chemical reactivity analysis of D-Myo-Inositol using quantum chemical approach and its experimental verification
This paper describes the spectroscopic ($$^1\hbox {H}$$1H and $$^{13}\hbox {C}$$13C NMR, FT-IR and UV–Visible), chemical, nonlinear optical and thermodynamic properties of D-Myo-Inositol using
Study of the Molecular Electrostatic Potential of D-Pinitol an Active Hypoglycemic Principle Found in Spring Flower Three Marys (Bougainvillea Species) in the Mm+ Method
A computational study of the molecular geometry of the D-pinitol through Mm+ method of the hypoglycemic compounds present in Bougainvillea species is described in a computer simulation, finding it is a active antidiabetic agent compounds.
Effects of D-Pinitol on Insulin Resistance through the PI3K/Akt Signaling Pathway in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Rats.
D-pinitol played a positive role in regulating insulin-mediated glucose uptake in the liver through translocation and activation of the PI3K/Akt signaling pathway in T2DM rats.
d-chiro-Inositol is absorbed but not synthesised in rodents
DCI and pinitol in rodents appear to be derived solely from the diet, whereas these values declined to very low levels in mice fed a pinitol/DCI-deficient chemically defined diet.