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Three different extracts of the studied sample of Greek pollen, have been tested, in whether could induce proteasome activities in human fibroblasts. The water extract was found to induce a highly proteasome activity, showing interesting antioxidant properties. Due to this activity the aqueous extract was further subjected to chemical analysis and seven flavonoids have been isolated and identified by modern spectral means. From the methanolic extract, sugars, lipid

decking in Greece. Accoya deck boards, supplied by Atlas Wood were installed at a private residence in Greece. Accoya was specified for the surrounding area of the clients outdoor swimming pool due to its many benefits including its superior stability than other woods, its class 1 durability and its outstanding sustainability credentials. Applications like decking, where the wood is frequently wet and close to or in contact with the ground, demand a durable wood that is effective against

Considering the importance of propolis due to its pharmacological properties, and the limited number of works on Greek propolis, we decided to revisit its chemical composition and assess the antioxidant activity of the studied extracts. .. Peak purity index in the UV-spectra, as it was produced by the respective LC software (see Table 1 for maximum wavelengths obtained for each compound) assisted selectivity evaluation, regarding as pure, the peaks with spectra

J Nutr. 2010 Jul;140(7):1274-9. doi: 10.3945/jn.110.. Epub 2010 May 12. antioxidant intakes and food sources in Greek adults. Dilis V(1), Trichopoulou A. Author information: (1)Department of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, University of Athens Medical School, Athens 115 27, Greece. dilis hhf-Greece.gr. antioxidants are compounds physiologically produced or provided through the diet with a potential to inhibit the oxidation of important biological molecules,

in this study, the phenolic compound content and composition and the antioxidant activity of leaf parts [blades (SLB), petioles and midribs (SPM)] from various Greek artichoke genotypes were evaluated. The results showed significant variation in antioxidant activities and bioactive compound contents between the studied genotypes, with the leaf blades of most of the genotypes having a high content of flavonoids (mainly luteolin glycoside derivatives), which ranged