volume 137, issue 1-2, P2-17 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2005.04.003
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Abstract: Oleuropein (Ole) is the major phenolic constituent of the olive leaf (Olea europaea) and it is also present in olive oil and fruit. In the last years several compounds from olive tree, oleuropein among them, have shown a variety of biological activities such as antimicrobial or antioxidant. A phospholipid model membrane system was used to study whether the Ole biological effects could be membrane related. Ole showed a significant partition level in phospholipid membranes, i.e. 80%, at lipid-saturating conditio…

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