Search results for: Theobromine
#34074405 2021/04/20 To Up
A malachite green light-up aptasensor for the detection of theophylline.Biosensors are of interest for the quantitative detection of small molecules (metabolites, drugs and contaminants for instance). To this end, fluorescence is a widely used technique that is easily associated to aptamers. Light-up aptamers constitute a particular class of oligonucleotides that, specifically induce fluorescence emission when binding to cognate fluorogenic ligands such as malachite green (MG). We engineered a dual aptasensor for theophylline (Th) based on the combination of switching hairpin aptamers specific for MG on the one hand and for Th on the other hand, hence their names: malaswitch (Msw) and theoswitch (Thsw). The two aptaswitches form a loop-loop or kissing Msw-Thsw complex only in the presence of theophylline, allowing binding of MG, subsequently generating a fluorescent signal. The combination of the best Msw and Thsw variants, MswG12 and Thsw19.1, results in a 20-fold fluorescence enhancement of MG at saturating theophylline concentration. This aptasensor discriminates between theophylline and its analogues caffeine and theobromine. Kissing aptaswitches derived from light-up aptamers constitute a novel sensing device.
Arghya Sett, Lorena Zara, Eric Dausse, Jean-Jacques ToulmÃ©
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#33945989 2021/04/24 To Up
Targeted and nontargeted metabolomics analysis for determining the effect of storage time on the metabolites and taste quality of keemun black tea.The black tea could be stored for a long time, and subsequently affects the flavor characteristics. In the present study, the effects of storage years (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 17 and 20Â years) on the chemical profiling and taste quality of keemun black tea (KBT) were compared by metabolomics and quantitative sensory evaluation. The main polyphenols were degraded during the storing, especially 10-year storage, but caffeine and theobromine were stable. The intensity of bitterness, astringency, umami was negatively correlated to storage years, with correlation coefficient at -0.95, -0.91 and -0.83 respectively, whereas sweetness had positive correlation coefficient at 0.74. Quinic acid, galloylated catechins, linolenic acid, linoleic acid, malic acid, palamitic acid, and theaflavin-3Ì-gallate were marker compounds which were responsible for distinguishing short and long time preserved KBT. The contents of fatty acids were positively correlated to storage time and sweet intensity.
Ai Huang, Zongde Jiang, Meng Tao, Mingchun Wen, Zhipeng Xiao, Lan Zhang, Minyu Zha, Jiayu Chen, Zhengquan Liu, Liang Zhang
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#33945499 2021/04/08 To Up
Pentoxifylline for the prevention of contrast-induced nephropathy: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.To summarise current evidence on the use of pentoxifylline (PTX) to prevent contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN).
Ling Wei, Weizhi Zhang, Yifeng Yang, Dongping Li
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#33921721 2021/04/19 To Up
Anti-TNF-Î± Compounds as a Treatment for Depression.Millions of people around the world suffer from psychiatric illnesses, causing unbearable burden and immense distress to patients and their families. Accumulating evidence suggests that inflammation may contribute to the pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders such as major depression and bipolar disorder. Copious studies have consistently shown that patients with mood disorders have increased levels of plasma tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-Î±. Given these findings, selective anti-TNF-Î± compounds were tested as a potential therapeutic strategy for mood disorders. This mini-review summarizes the results of studies that examined the mood-modulating effects of anti-TNF-Î± drugs.
Sarit Uzzan, Abed N Azab100ug100ul1 ml100ug Lyophilized100ul100ug Lyophilized
#33920003 2021/04/14 To Up
Application of the Dehydration Homogeneous Liquid-Liquid Extraction (DHLLE) Sample Preparation Method for Fingerprinting of Honey Volatiles.Recently, we proposed a new sample preparation method involving reduced solvent and sample usage, based on dehydration homogeneous liquid-liquid extraction (DHLLE) for the screening of volatiles and semi-volatiles from honey. In the present research, the method was applied to a wide range of honeys (21 different representative unifloral samples) to determine its suitability for detecting characteristic honey compounds from different chemical classes. GC-FID/MS disclosed 130 compounds from different structural and chemical groups. The DHLLE method allowed the extraction and identification of a wide range of previously reported specific and nonspecific marker compounds belonging to different chemical groups (including monoterpenes, norisoprenoids, benzene derivatives, or nitrogen compounds). For example, DHLLE allowed the detection of cornflower honey chemical markers: 3-oxo--Î±-ionols, 3,4-dihydro-3-oxoedulan, phenyllactic acid; coffee honey markers: theobromine and caffeine; linden honey markers: 4-isopropenylcyclohexa-1,3-diene-1-carboxylic acid and 4-(2-hydroxy-2-propanyl)cyclohexa-1,3-diene-1-carboxylic acid, as well as furan derivatives from buckwheat honey. The obtained results were comparable with the previously reported data on markers of various honey varieties. Considering the application of much lower volumes of very common reagents, DHLLE may provide economical and ecological advantages as an alternative sample preparation method for routine purposes.
Piotr M KuÅ, Igor JerkoviÄ
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#33905778 2021/04/24 To Up
New framework for a non-animal approach adequately assures the safety of cosmetic ingredients - A case study on caffeine.This case study on the model substance caffeine demonstrates the viability of a 10-step read-across (RAX) framework in practice. New approach methodologies (NAM), including RAX and physiologically-based kinetic (PBK) modelling were used to assess the consumer safety of caffeine. Appropriate animal systemic toxicity data were used from the most relevant RAX analogue while assuming that no suitable animal toxicity data were available for caffeine. Based on structural similarities, three primary metabolites of the target chemical caffeine (theophylline, theobromine and paraxanthine) were selected as its most relevant analogues, to estimate a point of departure in order to support a next generation risk assessment (NGRA). On the basis of the pivotal mode of action (MOA) of caffeine and other methylxanthines, theophylline appeared to be the most potent and suitable analogue. A worst-case aggregate exposure assessment determined consumer exposure to caffeine from different sources, such as cosmetics and food/drinks. Using a PBK model to estimate human blood concentrations following exposure to caffeine, an acceptable Margin of Internal Exposure (MOIE) of 27-fold was derived on the basis of a RAX using theophylline animal data, which suggests that the NGRA approach for caffeine is sufficiently conservative to protect human health.
Dagmar Bury, Camilla Alexander-White, Harvey J Clewell, Mark Cronin, Bertrand Desprez, Ann Detroyer, Alina Efremenko, James Firman, Eric Hack, Nicola J Hewitt, Gerry Kenna, Martina Klaric, Cathy Lester, Catherine Mahony, Gladys Ouedraogo, Alicia Paini, Andreas Schepky,
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#33890518 2021/04/23 To Up
Natural products targeting into cancer hallmarks: An update on caffeine, theobromine, and (+)-catechin.Natural products have been studied to reveal new therapies against human dysfunctions since they present several medicinal properties. Caffeine, theobromine and (+)-catechin are remarkable natural agents in the class of methylxanthines and flavonoids. These bioactive molecules have several biological activities, for instance, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antitumor capacity. In this sense, studies focusing on these molecules have been performed to discover new treatments against diseases, such as cancer. Cancer is a serious public health problem worldwide responsible for more than 70% of all deaths globally. Industrialized products associated with a sedentary lifestyle and a diet low in antioxidants are related to neoplasms development. Unfortunately, many types of cancers are extremely aggressive and untreatable since, in many cases, they are resistant to chemotherapy. Therefore, revealing new strategies to block cancer growth is one of the biggest challenges to science. In this context, despite the known anticancer actions of caffeine, theobromine and (+)-catechin, it is still essential to elucidate the causal antitumor mechanism of these molecules by analyzing the dysfunctional cancer pathways associated with the hallmarks of cancer. Hence, this review aims to describe the anticancer activity of caffeine, theobromine, and (+)-catechin against the different hallmarks and enabling characteristics of cancer.
Francine C CadonÃ¡, Rafael Ferreira Dantas, Gabriela Haas de Mello, Floriano Paes Silva-Jr
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