Sophora japonicus extract Genistein

    • Sample:5-10g Sample For free
    • CAS No:446-72-0
    • Shelf Life: 2 years
    • Appearance :Light Yellow Fine Powder
    • Test Method :HPLC
    • source: Sophora japonicus extract

Sophora japonicus extract  Genistein powder Product Description

Genistein, also known as genistein and genistein, is mainly an active ingredient extracted from soybeans, clover, kudzu root, Sophora japonica, Sophora japonica, genista (gorse) and broad bean root and other leguminous plants. It is a natural tyrosine kinase and soybean substitute, known as phytoestrogens.

Genistein  powder Specification

Product Name Genistein
CAS No 446-72-0
Appearance Light Yellow Fine Powder
Specification 98%
Molecular formula C15H10O5

Genistein  powder Function

Besides functioning as an antioxidant and anthelmintic, many isoflavones have been shown to interact with animal and human estrogen receptors, causing effects in the body similar to those caused by the hormone estrogen. Isoflavones also produce non-hormonal effects. Genistein influences multiple biochemical functions in living cells.

Genistein  powder Sample

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What foods are high in genistein?

The best known sources of genistein are soy-based foods, such as soy cheese or soy drinks (i.e., soy milk and soy-based beverages).

The content of genistein in mature soybeans has been shown to range from 5.6 to 276 mg/100 g, and an average content of 81 mg/100 g is often described for comparative purposes

What are the health benefits of genistein?

Genistein has shown health benefits such as lowering the incidence of cardiovascular disease, the prevention of osteoporosis

What is the role of genistein?

From gene expression profiles, genistein  has been found to regulate the genes that are critical for the control of cell proliferation, cell cycle, apoptosis, oncogenesis, transcription regulation.

Does genistein cause cancer?

Genistein induces in breast and prostate cancer cells the expression of breast cancer growth suppressor protein (BRCA) 1 and BRCA2 tumor suppressor genes.

What is genistein found in?

Genistein is a natural isoflavone primarily found in soybeans and soybean-enriched products.

How much genistein is in soy milk?

Commercial soy milk samples were analyzed for isoflavones and two major isoflavones.

What are the benefits of genistein ?

Genistein has shown health benefits such as lowering the incidence of cardiovascular disease, the prevention of osteoporosis.

Notice: The above questions and answers are from the Internet and are for reference only. Please consult your doctor for specific circumstances.

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