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Absorption, excretion, and distribution of dietary antioxidant betalains in LDLs: potential health effects of betalains in humans. (1/2)

BACKGROUND: Betalains were recently identified as natural antioxidants. However, little is known about their bioavailability from dietary sources. OBJECTIVE: The objective was to evaluate the bioavailability of betalains from dietary sources. DESIGN: The plasma kinetics and urinary excretion of betalains were studied in healthy volunteers (n = 8) after a single ingestion of 500 g cactus pear fruit pulp, which provided 28 and 16 mg indicaxanthin and betanin, respectively. The incorporation of betalains in LDL and the resistance of the particles to ex vivo-induced oxidation was also researched. RESULTS: Betanin and indicaxanthin reached their maximum plasma concentrations 3 h after the fruit meal and declined according to first-order kinetics. The half-life of betanin (0.94 +/- 0.07 h) was shorter than that of indicaxanthin (2.36 +/- 0.17 h). Both compounds had disappeared from plasma by 12 h after intake. The urinary excretion of indicaxanthin and betanin over 12 h represented 76 +/- 3.0% and 3.7 +/- 0.2%, respectively, of the ingested compounds. LDL isolated 3 and 5 h after the fruit meal incorporated betalains at concentrations of 100.5 +/- 11 and 50 +/- 7.2 pmol/mg LDL protein, respectively. In addition, the particles appeared more resistant to ex vivo-induced oxidative injury than did the samples isolated before fruit ingestion (P < 0.05)-the higher the amount of betalains incorporated, the higher the resistance. The concentrations of vitamin E and beta-carotene in LDL did not change significantly after fruit ingestion. CONCLUSION: Our results show that cactus pear fruit is a source of bioavailable betalains and suggest that indicaxanthin and betanin may be involved in the observed protection of LDL against ex vivo-induced oxidative modifications.  (+info)

Betalain production is possible in anthocyanin-producing plant species given the presence of DOPA-dioxygenase and L-DOPA. (2/2)

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*Betalain

Betaxanthins are those betalain pigments which appear yellow to orange. Among the betaxanthins present in plants include ... The color and antioxidant capacity of betanin and indicaxanthin (betaxanthin derived of L-proline) are affected by dielectric ...

*Indicaxanthin

... is a type of betaxanthin, a plant pigment present in beets, in Mirabilis jalapa flowers, in cacti such as prickly ... Vulgaxanthin Piattelli, M.; Minale, L.; Nicolaus, R.A. (1965). "Pigments of centrospermae-V. : Betaxanthins from Mirabilis ...

*Rivina humilis

The fruit also contains the betaxanthin humilixanthin. The juice of the berries have been tested in male rats and are reported ... ISBN 978-0-412-46620-5. Humilixanthin a new betaxanthin from Rivina humilis. Dieter Strack, Doris Schmitt, Hans Reznik, Wilhelm ...

*List of phytochemicals in food

betanin isobetanin probetanin neobetanin Betaxanthins (non glycosidic versions) Indicaxanthin beets, sicilian prickly pear. ...

*Beta vulgaris

... yellow to orange pigments known as betaxanthins). Indicaxanthin has been shown as a powerful protective antioxidant for ...

*Lampranthus aurantiacus

The orange color of the petals is due to the presence of the betaxanthin humilixanthin. Lampranthus aurantiacus is included in ... List of plants in the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens Humilixanthin a new betaxanthin from Rivina humilis. Dieter Strack, Doris ...

*Mirabilis jalapa

Eight betaxanthins (indicaxanthin, vulgaxanthin-I, miraxanthin-I, -II, -III, -IV, -V and -VI) can be isolated from M. jalapa ... Nature Education 1(1), (2008) Pigments of centrospermae-V. : Betaxanthins from Mirabilis jalapa L. M. Piattelli, L. Minale and ...

*Vulgaxanthin

They are antioxidant pigments, types I, II, III, IV, and V. Like all betaxanthins, they cannot be hydrolyzed by acid to ... Vulgaxanthins are a group of betaxanthins, or the predominant yellow plant pigments found in red beets, among other plants like ... Effect of screening and subculture on the production of betaxanthins in Beta vulgaris L. GREP v1.0.2. ...

*List of MeSH codes (D03)

... betaxanthins MeSH D03.383.621.110 --- biperiden MeSH D03.383.621.135 --- cisapride MeSH D03.383.621.147 --- clopamide MeSH ...

*List of MeSH codes (D02)

... betaxanthins MeSH D02.675.276.148 --- bethanechol compounds MeSH D02.675.276.148.100 --- bethanechol MeSH D02.675.276.175 --- ... betaxanthins MeSH D02.092.877.250 --- bis-trimethylammonium compounds MeSH D02.092.877.250.372 --- decamethonium compounds MeSH ...

*Portulaca oleracea

... and the yellow betaxanthins (noticeable in the flowers and in the slight yellowish cast of the leaves). Both of these pigment ...
The potent antioxidant activity of pigments from beet and cactus pears may be the key to their potential, suggests a new review from Brazil.
Like red plant foods, yellow plants get their color from the whole gamut of molecules: carotenoids, anthocyanins & betalains. But the backbone of most yellow...
Betalains represent a natural and safe alternative to colour synthetic additives that are used currently in food industry. In addition to the colouring property, betalains are of particular interest because of their importance in health: antimicrobial and antioxidant activity, radio-protective, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effect. This study compares different classics methods of betalains extraction, using water and weak acid solutions from fresh, dried and lyophilized beetroot. The highest content of betanin (20 mg /g) has been obtained from lyophilized beet using 0.5% citric acid and 0.1% ascorbic acid as solvents. In this study temperature, pH, liquid/solid ratio were considered the main factors which influence the performance of extraction process and stability of betanin. The extraction is better at high temperatures (70 C), regardless of the other two parameters. At low temperature it is necessary to increase the liquid/solid ratio and decrease the pH for getting a good ...
The aim of study was investigation the impact of boiling and spontaneous fermentation on profile and content of betalains and antioxidant capacity of red beetroot. Betalains were analyzed by micro-HPLC-TOF-MS/MS method, while antioxidant capacity by three in vitro assays. Red beet products were abounded in betalains, with betanin, isobetanin, betanidin and vulgaxanthin I predominating among twenty two pigments identified. Boiling and fermentation of red beet reduced the content of betalains by 51-61% and 61-88%, respectively, however, this decline was limited when the peel was present. Microbial activity and softening of the matrix induced by the fermentation process led to the release of betalains responsible for strong antioxidant capacity of the juice formed. Generally, the treatment applied maintained and/or lowered antioxidant capacity of red beet materials obtained. Our findings indicate that red beet-derived products are valuable source of betalains, with their profile, content and ...
Red beet contains many ingredients like the high calories, potassium, sodium, vitamins, mineral, folate and other nutrients and fiber. Raw beet (or juice) can preserve the content like the betalains and the vitamins. This is stated to be good for purification of blood, removal of kidney and bladder stones, normalization of blood pressure and elimination of toxic elements from the internal organs.. ...
Dear Friends. As we learned in last fridays Forward Thinking, epidemiological studies have suggested that reduction in cardiovascular disease, cancer risk and a range of other chronic disease conditions is linked to consumption of anthocyanins, betalains, chlorophylls and carotenoids (Mary Ann Lila 2004)-the primary pigments of colorful fruits and vegetables. Quite simply we need to eat 5-13 servings of vegetables and fruits a day (Harvard School of Public Health, see Green Facts below).. Last week we looked at betalains derived from red beetroot and cactus pears and their multitude of benefits. This week well look at anthocyanins and the protection they provide for a diverse array of diseases.. Heart Disease. Pure anthocyanins are up to seven times more effective as antioxidants inhibiting lipid peroxidation than alpha tocopherol. Anthocyanins in red wines and grape juice contributed to the ability of these dietary sources to inhibit heart attacks, by virtue of their antithrombotic potential, ...
Phytochemicals, Capsaicin, Resources, Polyphenolics, Terpenoids (isoprenoids), Betalains, Glucosinolates, Protein Inhibitors, Other Organic Acids, Piperine, Pectin, Chlorophyll, Anthraquinones, Thiosulfonates, Phytosterols
Everybody wants to live longer - and look younger while they do it. Fortunately, beets are a solid contribution to the pursuit of both of these parts of a healthy life.. The detoxification and anti-inflammatory properties of beets weve already mentioned contribute greatly to keeping you younger. The betalains in beets have been shown to exhibit antiviral and antimicrobial effects that can lessen tumor cell growth and protect against age-related diseases.. Oxidative damage and inflammation can do a lot of wear and tear to the body and skin, which contribute heavily to a more aged appearance. So, consuming beets regularly can help provide you with a natural defense against looking older than you actually are.. Beets are also a great source of fiber, which allows the digestive system to function more properly and supports weight loss. And when youre thinner and more regular, youll suffer from far fewer negative health issues associated with weight and digestion.. Beets help to naturally balance ...

Betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine - College Students EssayBetaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine - College Students Essay

akinola (p.hd) 2 jul 23, 2013 · this video betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine will cover the basics of cell wall ... Betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine. Nitenpyram is a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (achr) agonist, used as veterinary ... lecturer: the levels of acetylcholine varied betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine considerably, however, the highest ... effects of choline administration on in betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine vivo release and biosynthesis of ...
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Carotenoid - New World EncyclopediaCarotenoid - New World Encyclopedia

Carotenoids are a type of terpenoid (sometimes referred to as isoprenoids), which are hydrocarbons resulting from the combination of several five-carbon isoprene units. Specifically, they are tetraterpenoids, which means they are derived from 8 isoprene units-meaning they typically contain 40 carbon atoms. Structurally they are in the form of a polyene chain that is sometimes terminated by rings. Polyenes are poly-unsaturated organic compounds that contain one or more sequences of alternating double and single carbon-carbon bonds. These double carbon-carbon bonds interact in a process known as conjugation, which results in an overall lower energy state of the molecule. Carotenoids are mainly aliphatic and aliphatic-alicyclic polyenes, with a few aromatic polyenes (McGraw-Hill 2005). (Aromatic compounds contain benzene rings or similar rings of atoms, while aliphatic compounds, such as fat and oil, do not contain aromatic rings; alicyclic are organic compounds that are both aliphatic and cyclic.) ...
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Rivina humilis - WikipediaRivina humilis - Wikipedia

Humilixanthin a new betaxanthin from Rivina humilis. Dieter Strack, Doris Schmitt, Hans Reznik, Wilhelm Boland, Lutz Grotjahn ... The fruit also contains the betaxanthin humilixanthin.[11] ...
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Impacts on the metabolome of down-regulating polyphenol oxidase in potato tubers | SpringerLinkImpacts on the metabolome of down-regulating polyphenol oxidase in potato tubers | SpringerLink

Gandía-Herrero F, Escribano J, García-Carmona F (2005) Betaxanthins as substrates for tyrosinase. An approach to the role of ...
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Nutrients  | Free Full-Text | The Potential Benefits of Red Beetroot Supplementation in Health and Disease | HTMLNutrients | Free Full-Text | The Potential Benefits of Red Beetroot Supplementation in Health and Disease | HTML

Stability and bioaccessibility of betaxanthins and betacyanins and antioxidative potential of food digesta. J. Agric. Food. ... Members of the betalain family are categorised as either betacyanin pigments that are red-violet in colour or betaxanthin ...
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Fluorescence - WikipediaFluorescence - Wikipedia

Under white light, parts of the flower containing only betaxanthins appear yellow, but in areas where both betaxanthins and ... The Mirabilis jalapa flower contains violet, fluorescent betacyanins and yellow, fluorescent betaxanthins. ...
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Chemistry Inspired by the Colors of Fruits, Flowers and WineChemistry Inspired by the Colors of Fruits, Flowers and Wine

2013). Betaxanthins pigments are responsible for the fluorescence of the petals of the flowers of the yellow varieties of four- ... While most betaxanthins are weakly fluorescent in aqueous solution (fluorescence quantum yields typically less than 0.001), ... 2017). This variability of the relative proportions of betacyanins and betaxanthins is responsible for the enormous range of ... 2015). The fluorescence quantum yields of betaxanthins and several different synthetic analogs were found to increase 2-4 fold ...
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Betalain - WikipediaBetalain - Wikipedia

Betaxanthins are those betalain pigments which appear yellow to orange. Among the betaxanthins present in plants include ... The color and antioxidant capacity of betanin and indicaxanthin (betaxanthin derived of L-proline) are affected by dielectric ...
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Indicaxanthin - WikipediaIndicaxanthin - Wikipedia

Indicaxanthin is a type of betaxanthin, a plant pigment present in beets, in Mirabilis jalapa flowers, in cacti such as prickly ... Vulgaxanthin Piattelli, M.; Minale, L.; Nicolaus, R.A. (1965). "Pigments of centrospermae-V. : Betaxanthins from Mirabilis ...
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Production of Betalains by Hairy Root Cultures of Beta Vulgaris L | SpringerLinkProduction of Betalains by Hairy Root Cultures of Beta Vulgaris L | SpringerLink

Vincent, K. R.; Scholz, R. G. Separation and quantification of red beet betacyanins and betaxanthins by high pressure liquid ... differential regulation of betaxanthin and betacyanin biogenesis. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 1991, 25, 1-12.CrossRef ...
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Swiss chardSwiss chard

Included in this category are reddish-purple betacyanins like betanin and yellowish-orange betaxanthins like indicaxanthin. The ... Included in this phytonutrient category are reddish-purple betacyanins like betanin and yellowish-orange betaxanthins like ...
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IJMS  | Free Full-Text | Stabilized Conversion Efficiency and Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells from Beta vulgaris Pigment | HTMLIJMS | Free Full-Text | Stabilized Conversion Efficiency and Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells from Beta vulgaris Pigment | HTML

... for betaxanthin the relaxation time was increased from 11.42 to 45.47 h, i.e., by a factor of 4, when the betaxanthin was ... In both cases, two peaks were found: one around 480 nm associated with the presence of betaxanthins, while the second one at ... From the UV-Vis spectra, it was possible to monitoring the stability of the following betaxanthin and betalain absorbance value ... while for betaxanthins the characteristic peaks are at 280 nm and 480 nm [23]. As can be seen in Figure 1, the TEOS addition in ...
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Lipid Metabolism sub-cluster 15Lipid Metabolism sub-cluster 15

Amino acid composition and betaxanthin formation in fruits from Opuntia ficus-indica. ...
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Cris Ericson | Cris EricsonCris Ericson | Cris Ericson

Red-VIOLET is betacyanin and yellow is betaxanthin.. Carotenoids, anthocyanins, and other. flavonoids might protect against ...
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A. Blázovics - Research Output
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Stangl, R., Szijártó, A., Ónody, P., Tamás, J., Tátrai, M., Hegeds, V., Blázovics, A., Lotz, G., Kiss, A., Módis, K., Gerö, D., Szabó, C., Kupcsulik, P. & Harsányi, L., Mar 2011, In : Journal of Surgical Research. 166, 1, p. 95-103 9 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
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Betaxanthin is the pigment found in yellow and orange beets. Both are powerful phytonutrients (protective antioxidants). ...
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Pretty Pigments | Issue 1 of Protein SpotlightPretty Pigments | Issue 1 of Protein Spotlight

It can condense with amino acids or amines to form yellow betaxanthins (max 480nm), or condense with cyclo-DOPA derivatives to ... There are a number of varieties of purslane which each express a specific amount of betacyanin and betaxanthin. Colours range ... form violet betacyanins (max 536nm). Betaxanthins and betacyanins are the two subclasses of betalain pigment. They are ...
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B - Food Technology - Doctor Steve AbelB - Food Technology - Doctor Steve Abel

betaxanthins See betalains.. betel Leaves of the creeper Piper betel, chewed in some parts of the world for their stimulating ... Betacyanins (e.g. betanin and isobetanin in beetroot) are red, betaxanthins yellow. Unlike anthocyanins the colour is little ...
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Natural Medicine Approaches to Lower Cholesterol - CarahealthNatural Medicine Approaches to Lower Cholesterol - Carahealth

Betaxanthins (Betaxanthins are yellowish). The betalains function both as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory molecules and ...
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Movement in and out of cells - A-Level Science - Marked by Teachers.comMovement in and out of cells - A-Level Science - Marked by Teachers.com

There are two things that can then happen to the betalamic acid; it can condense with amino acids/amines to form betaxanthin, ...
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Meat Product Reformulation: Nutritional Benefits and Effects on Human Health | IntechOpenMeat Product Reformulation: Nutritional Benefits and Effects on Human Health | IntechOpen

... mainly composed of betacyanin and betaxanthin. In addition to these, red beetroot juice also contains small amounts of gallic, ... betalains-compounds of betacyanins and betaxanthins). Specialists have been increasingly interested in red beetroot juice due ...
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Benefits of BeetrootBenefits of Beetroot

In yellow beets, betaxanthins predominate, and particularly the betaxanthin called vulgaxanthin. All betalains come from the ... Betaxanthins are yellowish in color. In light or dark red, crimson, or purple colored beets, betacyanins are the dominant ... There are two basic types of betalains: betacyanins and betaxanthins. Betacyanins are pigments are red violet in color. Betanin ... Both betacyanins (red violet pigments) and betaxanthins (yellow pigments) can be found in beets. Betanin and vulgaxanthin are ...
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One Part of Chemistry: Sources of pigmentsOne Part of Chemistry: Sources of pigments

Betacyanin, betaxanthin. Both animals and plants have the pigments which can absorb and reflect sunlight at certain wavelength ...
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Caryophyllales - definition of Caryophyllales by The Free DictionaryCaryophyllales - definition of Caryophyllales by The Free Dictionary

... class of water soluble nitrogen containing plant pigments of the order Caryophyllales which consists of the yellow betaxanthins ...
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  • Nitenpyram is a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (achr) agonist, used as veterinary medicine to treat (ache) betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine and ascorbic acid biosynthesis. (mlrt.info)
  • akinola (p.hd) 2 jul 23, 2013 · this video betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine will cover the basics of cell wall synthesis inhibitors mnemonic maker acetylcholine (ach) neurotransmitter synthesis, storage, release, and breakdown. (mlrt.info)
  • Pigment rich crude extract and betacyanins did not exhibit in vitro cytotoxicity against HepG2 cell line, whereas betaxanthins exhibited cytotoxicity (IC50 12.0 g/mL) after the cells were exposed for 24 h. (cftri.com)
  • effects of choline administration on in betaxanthin biosynthesis of acetylcholine vivo release and biosynthesis of acetylcholine in the rat striatum as studied by in vivo brain microdialysis. (mlrt.info)