HPLC/DAD/MS analysis led to the selection of two samples of Vitis vinefera L.: a free-run wine power extract, particularly rich in anthocyanins, and a deposit enriched in flavonols. These different extracts were in vitro tested on human colon cancer cell line HCT8-β8 and both have showed an anti-proliferative activity.

HPLC/DAD/TOF characterization of selected red wine solid fractions and in vitro test on a model of colorectal cancer cells / Francesca Ieri, Fabio Villanelli, Palmini Gaia, Zonefrati Roberto, Tanini Annalisa, Brandi Maria Luisa, Annalisa Romani. - STAMPA. - (2017), pp. 301-303. (Intervento presentato al convegno 5th MS Food DAY).

HPLC/DAD/TOF characterization of selected red wine solid fractions and in vitro test on a model of colorectal cancer cells

Francesca Ieri
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Fabio Villanelli;Palmini Gaia;Zonefrati Roberto;Tanini Annalisa;Brandi Maria Luisa;Annalisa Romani
2017

Abstract

HPLC/DAD/MS analysis led to the selection of two samples of Vitis vinefera L.: a free-run wine power extract, particularly rich in anthocyanins, and a deposit enriched in flavonols. These different extracts were in vitro tested on human colon cancer cell line HCT8-β8 and both have showed an anti-proliferative activity.
2017
Proceedings of the 5th MS Food DAY October 11-13, 2017 bologna - Italy
5th MS Food DAY
Francesca Ieri, Fabio Villanelli, Palmini Gaia, Zonefrati Roberto, Tanini Annalisa, Brandi Maria Luisa, Annalisa Romani
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