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23:00 EDT 21st September 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Genotoxicity evaluation of the naturally-derived food colorant, gardenia blue, and its precursor, genipin.

Gardenia blue is widely used in Eastern Asia as a natural food colorant. To evaluate the genotoxic potential of gardenia blue, as well as genipin, the natural starting material from which it is produced, a GLP-compliant test battery was conducted according to OECD guidelines. No evidence of mutagenicity of gardenia blue was detected in a 5-strain bacterial reverse mutation assay, with or without metabolic activation; an equivocal response for genipin occurred in S. typhimurium TA97a without metabolic activa...


A novel strategy for evaluation of natural products acting on the myeloperoxidase/hypochlorous acid system by combining high-performance liquid chromatography-photodiode array detection-chemiluminescence and ultrafiltration-mass spectrometry techniques.

Myeloperoxidase and its product hypochlorous acid are endogenous substances that are involved in the pathogenesis of many inflammatory diseases. In the present study, a novel evaluation strategy has been developed to screen for myeloperoxidase inhibitors and hypochlorous acid scavengers in natural products. The evaluation strategy uses two methods: a multi-hyphenated high-performance liquid chromatography-photodiode array detection-chemiluminescence online method, and an ultrafiltration-high-performance liq...

Preparation of five high purity iridoid glycosides from Gardenia jasminoides Eills by molecularly imprinted solid-phase extraction integrated with preparative liquid chromatography.

Five iridoid glycosides were prepared using molecularly imprinted solid phase extraction combined with preparative high-performance liquid chromatography. Hydrophilic molecularly imprinted polymers were synthesized using α-1-allyl-2-N-acetyl glucosamine, which introduced an abundance of hydrophilic groups into the polymers. Using molecularly imprinted solid-phase extraction as the sample pretreatment procedure, five iridoid glycosides, gardenoside, geniposide, shanzhiside, geniposidic acid, and genipin-1-O...


Crocin attenuates cyclophosphamide induced testicular toxicity by preserving glutathione redox system.

Chemotherapy induced testicular toxicity is an emerging reason for azoospermia and impotency in males. Cyclophosphamide (CP) is a widely used chemotherapeutic agent to manage neoplastic and non-neoplastic autoimmune diseases. Testicular toxicity along with bladder and hepatotoxicity are its widely reported adverse effects. Crocin (CR) is the digentiobiosyl ester of crocetin, found in the fruits of gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides E.) and dried stigmas of saffron (Crocus sativus L.) possess antioxidant, anti-d...

Green synthesis and characterization of biologically active nanosilver from seed extract of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis.

This article reports the utilization of seed extract (GSE) from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis. in the synthesis of silver nanoparticles (Gs-AgNPs) with versatile biological activities. The synthesized Gs-AgNPs were spherical in shape, crystal lattice with an average size of 20 nm as confirmed by UV-vis spectrum, X-ray diffractometer (XRD), Transmission electron microscopy with Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (TEM-EDS) and particle size analyses (PSA). Phenolic compounds, proteins, and terpenoids were li...

Can Genipin-coated Sutures Deliver a Collagen Crosslinking Agent to Improve Suture Pullout in Degenerated Tendon? An Ex Vivo Animal Study.

The suture-tendon interface is often the weakest link in tendon-to-tendon or tendon-to-bone repair. Genipin is an exogenous collagen crosslink agent derived from the gardenia fruit that can enhance suture force to failure of the tendon-suture interface. Viable methods for intraoperative clinical delivery of genipin could be of clinical utility, but to our knowledge have not yet been extensively studied.

Genipin normalizes depression-like behavior induced by prenatal stress through inhibiting DNMT1.

Synthetic antidepressants in current use for the complex etiopathogeneses of depression have slow response and remission as well as various unpleasant side effects. As a result, it is imperative to develop new antidepressants with more effectiveness and less severe side effects. Recent studies demonstrated that genipin, the aglycon of geniposide, extracted from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis has antidepressive effects. However, knowledge regarding the molecular mechanisms of its antidepressant effects remains l...

Natural curing agents as nitrite alternatives and their effects on the physicochemical, microbiological properties and sensory evaluation of sausages during storage.

This study investigated the effects of different curing agents on the physicochemical properties, microbiological properties and sensory evaluation of sausages formulated with and without nitrite over 4 weeks of cold storage. Seven batches were prepared: control, sodium nitrite 0.01%; celery powder 0.8% (T1); fruit extract powder 0.6% (T2); purple sweet potato powder 0.45% (T3); fruit and vegetable extract powders 0.5% (T4); gardenia red 0.04% (T5); paprika and blueberry powder 0.07% (T6). T1 produced sig...

Genipin inhibits the invasion and migration of colon cancer cells by the suppression of HIF-1α accumulation and VEGF expression.

Hypoxia-inducible factor-1 (HIF-1) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) play important roles in cancer progression in various cancer cell lines. Although genipin, a constituent of Gardenia fruit, has been shown to have anti-tumor activity, its role in the suppression of HIF-1 and its downstream target genes is not well understood. We examined the effect of genipin on the intracellular level of HIF-1α and extracellular level of VEGF using the colon cancer cell line HCT116. We observed that genipin ...

Potential role of genipin in cancer therapy.

Genipin, an aglycone derived from the iridoid glycoside, geniposide, is isolated and characterized from the extract of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis fruit (family Rubiaceae). It has long been used in traditional oriental medicine for the prevention and treatment of several inflammation driven diseases, including cancer. Genipin has been shown to have hepatoprotective activity acting as a potent antioxidant and inhibitor of mitochondrial uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2), and also reported to exert significant antica...

Geniposide improves repeated restraint stress-induced depression-like behavior in mice by ameliorating neuronal apoptosis via regulating GLP-1R/AKT signaling pathway.

Geniposide (GP), a bioactive iridoid glycoside isolated from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, as well as an agonist of Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor (GLP-1R), has been reported to exhibit antidepressant-like effects in several rodent models. However, the underlying mechanisms remain obscure. In this study, we mainly investigated the antidepressant-like effects of GP and explored the possible mechanisms associated with GLP-1R signaling by using the repeated restraint stress (RRS)-induced depression model of mi...

Impact assessment of leaf pigments in selected landscape plants exposed to roadside dust.

Continuous addition of undesired effluents to the environment affects foliar surface of leaf, changes their morphology, stomata, photosynthetic pigments, and biochemical constituents which result in massive damage due to persistent nature of the pollutant. In persistent hostile environment, plants fail to grow and develop, and the effects are often extensive. In current study, landscape plants were exposed to different levels of road dust to analyze the effect on various photosynthetic pigments. Dry roadsid...


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