isoascorbic acid (erythorbic acid)
food antioxidant; (L)-isomer is ascorbic acid; RN given refers to (D)-isomer; structure
Also Known As:
erythorbic acid; D-araboascorbic acid; erythroascorbic acid; isoascorbic acid, disodium salt; isoascorbic acid, monosodium salt; isoascorbic acid, sodium salt; D-erythro-hex-2-enonic acid, gamma-lactone
relevant articles (1 outcomes,
Bio-Agent Context: Research Results
|1. ||Weight Gain
|2. ||Ascorbic Acid Deficiency (Vitamin C Deficiency)
|3. ||Carcinoma (Carcinomatosis)
- "D-Isoascorbic acid, an isomer of vitamin C, and betaine hydrate (quaternary amine) were found to inhibit mitoses of sarcoma 37, Ehrlich carcinoma, and L1210 leukemia cells in vitro.
- "Sodium-L-ascorbate, L-ascorbic acid, D-isoascorbic acid, sodium 5,6-benzylidene-L-ascorbate and sodium-6-beta-O-galactosyl-L-ascorbate, which produce ascorbyl radicals during the oxidative degradation, also induced cytotoxicity against cultured human renal carcinoma (TC-1) and glioblastoma multiform tumor (T98G) cell lines.
|4. ||Scurvy (Scorbutus)
|5. ||Sarcoma 37
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