2018
DOI: 10.3390/ijms19102892
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Probing Downstream Olive Biophenol Secoiridoids

Abstract: Numerous bioactive biophenol secoiridoids (BPsecos) are found in the fruit, leaves, and oil of olives. These BPsecos play important roles in both the taste of food and human health. The main BPseco bioactive from green olive fruits, leaves, and table olives is oleuropein, while olive oil is rich in oleuropein downstream pathway molecules. The aim of this study was to probe olive BPseco downstream molecular pathways that are alike in biological and olive processing systems at different pHs and reaction times. T… Show more

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“…As it has been discussed in the previous section, OE revealed a high TPC value which was in agreement with those values obtained for different monovarietal olive oils [59,61]. No bacterial growth was observed for OE at 1 and 5 wt% in contrast to the positive controls, as it is shown in Figure 1 for OE at 1 wt%, as an example.…”
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confidence: 91%
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“…As it has been discussed in the previous section, OE revealed a high TPC value which was in agreement with those values obtained for different monovarietal olive oils [59,61]. No bacterial growth was observed for OE at 1 and 5 wt% in contrast to the positive controls, as it is shown in Figure 1 for OE at 1 wt%, as an example.…”
Section: Antimicrobial Activitysupporting
confidence: 91%
“…Downstream metabolites such as oleacein, oleocanthal, hydroxytyrosil-elenolate, tyrosil-elenolate, oleoside-11-methyl ester, elenoic acid, hydroxytyrosol, and tyrosol have also shown antioxidant activity [ 37 , 38 ]. According to Sivakumar et al [ 61 ], metabolites of oleuropein and ligstroside are considered olive bioactives which exert antioxidants via free radical processes and electrophilic molecular dynamics. Among the phenolic compounds reported in the literature from different olive oils [ 60 , 61 ], hydroxytyrosol, tyrosol, naringenin, caffeic and cinnamic acids showed a strong positive correlation ( r > 0.90) with the antioxidant capacity of the studied oils.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Olives are also composed of other polyphenols-like flavonoids, triterpenes, and lignans (Hashmi et al, 2015 ). Olives are the primary source of secoiridoids, whereas oil contains the metabolites of secoiridoids (Sivakumar et al, 2018 ). Secoiridoids are useful in cancer therapy, heart diseases, neurodegeneration, immunoinflammatory, diabetes, obesity, and aging-related ailments (Celano et al, 2019 ; Castejón et al, 2020 ).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Olives are also composed of other polyphenols-like flavonoids, triterpenes, and lignans (Hashmi et al, 2015). Olives are the primary source of secoiridoids, whereas oil contains the metabolites of secoiridoids (Sivakumar et al, 2018). Secoiridoids are useful in cancer therapy, heart diseases, neurodegeneration, immunoinflammatory, diabetes, obesity, and aging-related ailments (Celano et al, 2019;Castejón et al, 2020).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%