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Analysis of Rutin in the Extract and Gel of Viola tricolor

Jasmonate-responsive MYB factors spatially repress rutin biosynthesis in Fagopyrum tataricum

Chemoprevention studies of the flavonoids quercetin and rutin in normal and azoxymethane-treated mouse colon

Determination of Rutin and Isoquercetin Contents in Hibisci mutabilis Folium in Different Collection Periods by HPLC

Determination of Rutin in Rat Plasma by Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry and Application to Pharmacokinetic Study

Simultaneous Determination of Catechins, Rutin, and Gallic Acid in Cistus Species Extracts by HPLC with Diode Array Detection

Purification of Rutin and Nicotiflorin from the Flowers of Edgeworthia chrysantha Lindl. by High-Speed Counter-Current Chromatography

Rutin in buckwheat herbs grown at different UV‐B radiation levels: comparison of two UV spectrophotometric and an HPLC method

Modulation of aberrant crypt foci and apoptosis by dietary herbal supplements (quercetin, curcumin, silymarin, ginseng and rutin)

Fast repair of the radical cations of dCMP and poly C by quercetin and rutin

Separation and Purification of Rutin and Acaciin from the Chinese Medicinal Herb Herba Cirsii by Combination of Macroporous Absorption Resin and High-Speed Counter-Current Chromatography

Application of the MSPD Technique for the HPLC Analysis of Rutin in Sambucus nigra L.: The Linear Correlation of the Matrix Solid-Phase Dispersion Process

Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography for the Simultaneous Quantification of Rutin and Chlorogenic Acid in Leaves of Ribes L. Species by Conventional and Chemometric Calibration Approaches

 

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A bioflavonoid found in bee pollen, as well as in a variety of plants and vegetables. In addition to having antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, rutin also assists vitamin C uptake in the body.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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