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- Katsumata, Akiko; Kimura, Mizuki; Saigo, Hiromi; Aburaya, Kei; Nakano, Masako; Ikeda, Tsuyoshi; Fujiwara, Yukio; Nagai, Ryoji
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2011 v.59 no.8 pp. 4104–4110
- cherry tomatoes, etc ; atherosclerosis; fruiting bodies; heat; heat treatment; high performance liquid chromatography; lycopene; medicine; melting point; mice; pH; pathogenesis; quantitative analysis; refractive index; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... We previously demonstrated that esculeogenin A, a new aglycone of the tomato sapogenol esculeoside A, inhibits both acyl coenzyme A:cholesterol acyl-transferase (ACAT)-1 and -2 and ameliorates the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis in apoE deficient mice. Although we believe that daily intake of esculeoside A from tomato products can play a beneficial role in preventing the pathogenesis of atheroscle ...
- Crozier, A.; Lean, M.E.J.; McDonald, M.S.; Black, C.
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 1997 v.45 no.3 pp. 590-595
- cherry tomatoes, etc ; apigenin; beef; boiling; celery; fruits; frying; high performance liquid chromatography; lettuce; luteolin; onions; quantitative analysis; quercetin; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Quantitative estimates of conjugated flavonoid content were obtained by using HPLC to analyze the level of free flavonoids present in acid-hydrolyzed extracts from commercial fruits and vegetables. Cherry tomatoes contained 17-203 micrograms of quercetin g-1 fresh weight compared to 2.2-11 micrograms g-1 detected in normal-sized Scottish, Spanish, and Dutch beef tomatoes. The quercetin levels in o ...