Catalytic prenylation of natural polyphenols
Prenylated polyphenols occur naturally and exhibit biological activity superior to the ubiquitous parent polyphenols. However, their low abundance limits the wider application of these derivatives. In this work, we present an expedient, single-step catalytic protocol for introducing terpene fragments into the aromatic rings of the widely available natural stilbenoids and flavonoids to upgrade their therapeutic potential.
BENIGN CASCADE EXTRACTIVE BIOREFINERY FOR CONVERTING AGRI-FOOD SIDE STREAMS INTO HIGH-VALUE POLYPHENOLIC BIOACTIVES AND FUNCTIONAL FIBRES FOR PHARMA, COSMECEUTICALS, NUTRACEUTICALS AND FOOD PRODUCTS
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Perm Research and Education Centre ‘‘Rational Subsoil Use’’, 2023
Published inNew Journal of Chemistry
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
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