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- Gao, Yan; Kuok, Kit Ieng; Jin, Ying; Wang, Ruibing
- Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 2019 v.59 no.sup1 pp. S244
- food chemistry, etc ; Aloe vera; antineoplastic activity; biomedical research; clinical trials; hepatoprotective effect; quality control; systematic review; therapeutics; Show all 9 Subjects
- ... Over the last centuries, Aloe vera, a plant species belonging to the genus Aloe, have been extensively studied for various therapeutic activities, including anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-cancer activity, as well as immunoregulative and hepatoprotective properties, although some of these claimed efficacies are controversial as demonstrated by some of the recent studies. In spite of the intensive ...
- Kreitman, Gal Y.; Elias, Ryan J.; Jeffery, David W.; Sacks, Gavin L.
- Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 2019 v.59 no.11 pp. 1728-1752
- food chemistry, etc ; amino acids; anaerobic conditions; copper; disulfides; fermentation; geochemistry; hydrogen sulfide; methanethiol; molecular weight; off odors; oxidation; pesticide degradation; sulfhydryl groups; sulfur; winemaking; wines; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs), particularly low molecular weight sulfhydryls like hydrogen sulfide (H₂S) and methanethiol (MeSH), are often observed in wines with sulfurous off-aromas. Recent work has shown both H₂S and MeSH can increase up to a few µM (> 40 µg/L) during anoxic storage, but the identity of the latent sources of these sulfhydryls is still disputed. This review critically evaluat ...