Chemical Name: Apigenin
Synonyms: 4′,5,7-Trihydroxyflavone; 5,7,4′-Trihydroxyflavone
Product Typical Properties
|Loss on Drying
The flavonoids contained in apigenin are plant flavonoids that have been found to inhibit cell proliferation by blocking the cell cycle during the G2/M phase. Inhibiting growth through cell cycle arrest and inducing apoptosis seems to be related to the induction of p53. Inhibiting PMA mediated tumor promotion by inhibiting protein kinase C and the resulting inhibition of oncogene expression. The study also reported inhibition of topoisomerase I catalyzed deoxyribonucleic acid reconnection and enhancement of gap junction intercellular communication.
Apigenin is a biological flavonoid compound that can be found in various plants and herbs. Chamomile tea is very rich in content and plays a role in reducing anxiety when taken in high doses. At higher doses, it can be a sedative.
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