ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:6673
VITEXIN

Freqency:
in 5 ingredients:

  • 22
  • 40
  • 179
  • 260
  • 391
  • in 13 recipes:

  • 68
  • 109
  • 136
  • 166
  • 199
  • 203
  • 318
  • 329
  • 332
  • 334
  • 412
  • 465
  • 483

  • Properties
    C21H20O10    432.38





    1:  Gaitan E, Cooksey RC, Legan J, Lindsay RH.
    Antithyroid effects in vivo and in vitro of vitexin: a C-glucosylflavone in millet.
    J Clin Endocrinol Metab.    impact factor:   5.805
    1995;  80(4): 1144-7

    2:  Gaitan E, Lindsay RH, Reichert RD, Ingbar SH, Cooksey RC, Legan J, Meydrech EF, Hill J, Kubota K.
    Antithyroid and goitrogenic effects of millet: role of C-glycosylflavones.
    J Clin Endocrinol Metab.    impact factor:   5.805
    1989;  68(4): 707-14

    3:  Urbanek M, Pospisilova M, Polasek M.
    On-line coupling of capillary isotachophoresis and zone electrophoresis for the assay of phenolic compounds in plant extracts.
    Electrophoresis.    impact factor:   3.447
    2002;  23(7-8): 1045-52

    4:  Knogge W, Weissenbock G.
    Purification, characterization, and kinetic mechanism of S-adenosyl-L-methionine: vitexin 2"-O-rhamnoside 7-O-methyltransferase of Avena sativa L.
    Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
    1984;  140(1): 113-8

    5:  Brahmbhatt S, Brahmbhatt RM, Boyages SC.
    Thyroid ultrasound is the best prevalence indicator for assessment of iodine deficiency disorders: a study in rural/tribal schoolchildren from Gujarat (Western India).
    Eur J Endocrinol.    impact factor:   2.421
    2000;  143(1): 37-46

     
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