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Chemical Characterization, Free Radical Scavenging, and Cellular Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Properties of a Stilbenoid-Rich Root Extract of Vitis vinifera

Table 1

Stilbenoids in cell suspension culture, berries, stems, leaves, roots, and wine of Vitis vinifera according to Pawlus et al. [5].

Plant partStilbenoids

Cell suspension cultureMonomer: E-/Z-Astringin, E-/Z-Piceid, E-/Z-Resveratrol, E-/Z-Resveratrol-3,4′-O-β-diglucoside, E-/Z-Resveratrol-3,5-O-β-diglucoside, Z-Resveratrol-3,5,4′-O-β-triglucoside, E-/Z-Resveratroloside 
Dimer: Pallidol, E-δ-Viniferin, E-δ-Viniferin-11-O-β-D-glucopyranoside, E-δ-Viniferin-11′-O-β-D-glucopyranoside

BerriesMonomer: E-Piceatannol, E-/Z-Piceid, E-Pterostilbene, E-Resveratrol

StemsMonomer: E-Piceatannol, E-/Z-Piceid, E-/Z-Resveratrol, E-Resveratrol-2-C-glucoside 
Dimer: (+)-Ampelopsin A and F, (−)-Malibatol A, Pallidol, Scirpusin A, Viniferifuran, (+)-E-ε-Viniferin, E-ε-Viniferin 
Trimer: E-trans-Miyabenol C, (+)-Viniferol D 
Tetramer: Hopeaphenol, Isohopeaphenol, (+)-Viniferol A, B and C, (+)-Vitisifuran A and B, Vitisin A, E-Vitisin B and C

LeavesMonomer: E-Piceid, E-Pterostilbene, E-/Z-Resveratrol 
Dimer: Ampelopsin D, Pallidol, Quadrangularin A, E-δ-Viniferin, Z-ε-Viniferin, (+)-E-ε-Viniferin, E-ε-Viniferin, E-/Z-ω-Viniferin 
Trimer: E-/Z-trans-Miyabenol C, E-cis-Miyabenol C, α-Viniferin 
Tetramer: Ampelopsin H, Hopeaphenol, Isohopeaphenol, Vaticanol C isomer

RootsDimer: (+)-Viniferether A and B, E-ε-Viniferin 
Trimer: Gnetin H 
Tetramer: Hopeaphenol, (+)-Viniferol E, E-Vitisin B

WineMonomer: E-/Z-Astringin, E-Piceatannol, E-/Z-Piceid, E-/Z-Resveratrol, E-Resveratrol-2-C-glucoside, 2,4,6-Trihydroxyphenanthrene-2-O-glucoside 
Dimer: Pallidol, Pallidol-3,3′′-diglucoside, Pallidol-3-O-glucoside, Parthenocissin A, E-δ-Viniferin, Z-ε-Viniferin, E-ε-Viniferin, E-/Z-ε-Viniferin-diglucoside 
Tetramer: Hopeaphenol

Not distinguished between red wine and white wine.

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