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Kaempferol, a powerful antioxidant from Crocus sativus L. flowers: an in vitro study
(Firenze University Press, 2014)
Cytochrome P450 CYP1 metabolism of hydroxylated ﬂavones and ﬂavonols: Selective bioactivation of luteolin in breast cancer cells.
Natural flavonoids with methoxy substitutions are metabolized by CYP1 enzymes to yield the corresponding demethylated products. The present study aimed to characterize the metabolism and further antiproliferative activity ...
New Hydrogels Enriched with Antioxidants from Saffron Crocus Can Find Applications in Wound Treatment and/or Beautification
Saffron extracts have a long history of application as skin protectant, possibly due to their ability to scavenge free radicals. In this work, the performance of a hydrogel enriched with antioxidant compounds isolated ...
Petals of Crocus sativus L. as a potential source of the antioxidants crocin and kaempferol.
Saffron fromthe province of L'Aquila, in the Abruzzo region of Italy, is highly prized and has been awarded a formal recognition by the European Union with EU Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status. Despite this, the ...