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Chemical Condensors of Large Capacity by Fitch C.J.

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13. , Quercetin-3-glucoside is transported by the glucose carrier SGLT1 across the brush border membrane of rat small intestine, J. , 132, 630, 2000. 14. , Hydrolysis of isoflavone glycosides to aglycones by b-glucosidase does not alter plasma and urine isoflavone pharmacokinetics, J. , 132, 2587, 2002. 30 PHYTOCHEMICALS: MECHANISMS OF ACTION 15. , Combination of lipids and emulsifiers enhances the absorption of orally administered quercetin in rats, J. Agric. , 50, 1706, 2002. 16. , Bioavailabilities of quercetin-3-glucoside and quercetin-4¢-glucoside do not differ in humans, J.

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25. J. , 471, 1, 2000. 26. , Quercetin glucuronides but not glucosides are present in human plasma after consumption of quercetin-3-glucoside or quercetin-4¢-glucoside, J. , 131, 1938, 2001. 27. , Human Metabolism of dietary flavonoids: identification of plasma metabolites of quercetin, Free Radic. , 212, 941, 2001. 28. , Catechin is present as metabolites in human plasma after consumption of red wine, J. , 129, 1662, 1999. 29. , Analysis of plasma and urinary tea polyphenols in human subjects, Cancer Epidemiol.

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