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Isolation, metabolism and bioavailability study of polymethoxyflavonoids.


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Polymethoxyflavonoids (PMFs) from citrus genus have been particular of interest because of their broad spectrum of biological activities, including anti-inflammatory, anti- carcinogenic, and anti-atherogenic properties. There have been increasing interests in the exploration of health beneficial properties of PMFs in citrus fruits. Therefore, the isolation and characterization of PMFs from sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) peel has prompted the new applications of the by-products from orange juice processing.