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Modulation of electroosmotic flow in capillary electrophoresis by plant polyphenol-inspired gallic acid/polyethyleneimine coatings: Analysis of small molecules Journal article
JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B-ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE BIOMEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES, 2019,Volume: 1124,Page: 7-16
Authors:  Hao Zhang;  Dong-Dong Zhou;  Feng-Qing Yang;  Zheng-Ming Qian;  Chun-Hong Li;  Wen-Jia Li;  Sheng-Peng Wang;  Yi-Tao Wang
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Capillary Modification  Gallic Acid  Polyethyleneimine  Co-deposition  Small Molecules  
Plasma protein binding of dietary polyphenols to human serum albumin: A high performance affinity chromatography approach Conference paper
Authors:  Cao, Hui;  Liu, Xiaojuan;  Ulrih, Natasa Poklar;  Sengupta, Pradeep K.;  Xiao, Jianbo
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Flavonoids  Structure-protein binding relationship  Protein binding rate  HSA  
Plasma protein binding of dietary polyphenols to human serum albumin: A high performance affinity chromatography approach Journal article
Food Chemistry, 2019,Volume: 270,Page: 257-263
Authors:  Cao H.;  Liu X.;  Ulrih N.P.;  Sengupta P.K.;  Xiao J.
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Flavonoids  HSA  Protein binding rate  Structure-protein binding relationship  
Serially coupled reversed phase-hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-tailored multiple reaction monitoring, a fit-for-purpose tool for large-scale targeted metabolomics of medicinal bile Journal article
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA, 2018,Volume: 1037,Page: 119-129
Authors:  Song, Qingqing;  Liu, Wenjing;  Chen, Xiaojia;  Li, Jun;  Li, Peng;  Yang, Fengqing;  Wang, Yitao;  Song, Yuelin;  Tu, Pengfei
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Large-scale Targeted Metabolomics  Serially Coupled Rplc-hilic  Tailored Multiple Reaction Monitoring  Medicinal Bile  Bile Acids  
Evidence and prospective of plant derived flavonoids as antiplatelet agents: Strong candidates to be drugs of future Conference paper
Authors:  Khan, Harron;  Jawad, Mohammad;  Kamal, Mohammad Amjad;  Baldi, Alessandra;  Xiao, Jianbo;  Nabavi, Seyed Mohammad;  Daglia, Maria
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Antiplatelet  Preclinical studies  Structure-activity relationship (SAR) studies  Pharmacokinetic parameters  Safety profile  
Stability of dietary polyphenols: It's never too late to mend? Conference paper
Authors:  Xiao, Jianbo
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Stability  Dietary polyphenols  Cells  Quercetin  5,7,3 ',4 '-tetrahydroxyflavone  New products  
Stability of dietary polyphenols: It's never too late to mend? Journal article
Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2018,Volume: 119,Page: 3-5
Authors:  Xiao J.
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5,7,3′,4′-tetrahydroxyflavone  Cells  Dietary polyphenols  New products  Quercetin  Stability  
Evidence and prospective of plant derived flavonoids as antiplatelet agents: Strong candidates to be drugs of future Journal article
Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2018,Volume: 119,Page: 355-367
Authors:  Khan H.;  Jawad M.;  Kamal M.A.;  Baldi A.;  Xiao J.;  Nabavi S.M.;  Daglia M.
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Antiplatelet  Pharmacokinetic parameters  Preclinical studies  Safety profile  Structure-activity relationship (SAR) studies  
Toxic Reactive Oxygen Species Enhanced Synergistic Combination Therapy by Self-Assembled Metal-Phenolic Network Nanoparticles Journal article
Advanced Materials, 2018,Volume: 30,Issue: 8
Authors:  Dai Y.;  Yang Z.;  Cheng S.;  Wang Z.;  Zhang R.;  Zhu G.;  Wang Z.;  Yung B.C.;  Tian R.;  Jacobson O.;  Xu C.;  Ni Q.;  Song J.;  Sun X.;  Niu G.;  Chen X.
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Combination Therapy  Metal-polyphenol Networks  Positron Emission Tomography  Reactive Oxygen Species  Self-assembly  
Pinocembrin from Penthorum chinense Pursh suppresses hepatic stellate cells activation through a unified SIRT3-TGF-beta-Smad signaling pathway Journal article
TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 341,Page: 38-50
Authors:  Zhou, Fayang;  Wang, Anqi;  Li, Dan;  Wang, Yitao;  Lin, Ligen
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Liver Fibrosis  Hepatic Stellate Cells  Penthorum Chinense Pursh  Pinocembrin  Sma- And Mad-related Proteins  Silent Mating Type Information Regulation 2 Homolog 3