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content material: Wine : yesterday's antidote for trendy oxygen rigidity / Tom R. Watkins --
Chromatography of phenolics in wine / Jean-Pierre Roggero, P. Archier, and S. Coen --
degrees of phenolics in California varietal wines / Andrew L. Waterhouse and Pierre-Louis Teissedre --
identity and assay of trihydroxystilbenes in wine and their organic houses / David M. Goldberg, G.J. Soleas, S.E. Hahn, E.P. Diamandis, and A. Karumanchiri --
Resveratrol in wine / Kenneth D. McMurtrey --
Resveratrol and piceid degrees in wine construction and in complete wines / Rosa M. Lamuela-Raventós, A.I. Romero-Pérez, Andrew L. Waterhouse, M. Lloret, and M.C. de los angeles Torre-Boronat --
The content material of catechins and procyanidins in grapes and wines as tormented by agroecological elements and technological practices / Eugenio Revilla, E. Alonso, and V. Kovac --
The buildings of tannins in grapes and wines and their interactions with proteins / Véronique Cheynier, Corine Prieur, Sylvain Guyot, Jacques Rigaud, and Michel Moutounet --
Enantiomeric research of linalool for the research of the muscat wine flavorings composition / Fernando Tateo, E. Desimoni, and M. Bononi --
tracking authenticity and nearby beginning of wines by means of traditional sturdy isotope ratios research / Giuseppe Versini, A. Monetti, and F. Reniero --
The epidemiology of alcohol and cardiovascular illnesses / Arthur L. Klatsky --
Wine antioxidants and their influence on antioxidant task in vivo / Simon R.J. Maxwell --
The relative antioxidant potencies of a few polyphenols in grapes and wines / Alessandro Baldi, Annalisa Romani, Nadia Mulinacci, Franco F. Vincieri, and Andrea Ghiselli --
Metabolic syndrome X and the French paradox / Linda F. Bisson --
Wine phenolics and objectives of persistent ailment / J. Bruce German, Edwin N. Frankel, Andrew L. Waterhouse, Robert J. Hansen, and Rosemary L. Walzem --
An in vivo experimental protocol for making a choice on and comparing nutritional components that hold up tumor onset : influence of pink wine solids / Susan E. Ebeler, Andrew J. Clifford, John D. Ebeler, Nathan D. money owed, and Steven H. Hinrichs --
The position of wine in ethyl carbamate precipitated carcinogenesis inhibition / Gilbert S. Stoewsand, J.L. Anderson, and L. Munson --
Endothelium-dependent vasorelaxing task of wine, grapes, and different plant items / David F. Fitzpatrick, Ronald G. Coffey, and Paul T. Jantzen --
Antithrombotic influence of flavonoids in purple wine / N. Maalej, H.S. Demrow, P.R. Slane, and John D. Folts --
California wine use results in development of thrombogenic and peroxidation possibility components in hyperlipemic matters / Tom R. Watkins and Marvin L. Bierenbaum.
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Identification of Trihydroxystilbenes in Wine 31 c) Fortified wines such as Ports, Madeiras and Sherries that were virtually devoid of free resveratrol had significant concentrations of the glucosides, often exceeding those present in regular table wines. ch004 d) The ratio of total glucoside to total isomer concentrations was absolutely characteristic for several wines. 0 in wines from Italy, and <1 in wines from California, Bordeaux, Burgundy and Australia (Fig 2). , climate, soil, vinification techniques), and that to a certain extent there is a reciprocal relationship between the glucoside and free isomer content of wines, possibly due to the fact that the latter originate (at least in part) from the former, and this conversion is influenced by viticultural and enological practices characterictic of each wine-producing region.