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  • Resveratrol is a phytoalexin produced naturally by several plants when under attack by pathogens such as bacteria or fungi.
  • Resveratrol has also been produced by chemical synthesis, and is sold as a nutritional supplement derived primarily from Japanese knotweed.
  • Resveratrol is found in grapes, wine, grape juice, and berries of Vaccinum species including blueberries, bilberries, and cranberries.
  • Resveratrol’s full chemical name is 3,4',5-trihydroxystilbene and its chemical formula is C14H12O3.
  • It has cis and trans isomers. t-resveratrol is most common natural component. The cis isomer, is less prevalent and little is known about its activity and health benefits.
  • Resveratrol belongs to a class of polyphenolic compounds called stilbenes. Some types of plants produce resveratrol and other types of stilbenes in response to stress, injury, fungal infection, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
  • Resveratrol is a phytoalexin whose synthesis occurs in grapes, and in consequence, it can be found in grape products such as wine and musts and by-products.
  • Resveratrol is a phenolic compound that has been linked to the beneficial effects of red wine, which have been proposed to be mimetic of caloric restriction in mammals.
  • Resveratrol contained in plasma was purified by solid-phase extraction using a C18 cartridge.
  • In plants, resveratrol is produced as a branch from the phenylpropanoid pathway. It is derived from p-coumaric acid,
    which is an intermediate in lignin production.
  • The formation of resveratrol was followed by HPLC analysis of 5-ml samples during the growth of the culture.
  • trans-Resveratrol (trans-3,5,4˘-trihydroxystilbene), a phenolic compound present in grapes, wines, and peanuts, has been reported to have health benefits including anticarcinogenic effects and protection against cardiovascular diseases.
  • The HPLC–tandem mass spectrometry method enabled us to identify resveratrol sulfates in human LDL and to characterize the complete profile of resveratrol metabolism in human LDL and urine.

  • The effect of resveratrol on Ca -activated K currents in an endothelial cell line (HUV-EC-C) originally derived from human umbilical vein was investigated with the aid of the 1 patch-clamp technique.

  • The role of resveratrol
    and rapamycin as an anti-carcinogenic drug can be determined using AFM technique

  • Two modern laser-based techniques were synchronously applied to study the dynamics of the trans-resveratrol activity in Botrytis cinerea-infected grapes.

  • Resveratrol has been found to inhibit the proliferation of a variety of human cancer cell lines, including those from breast, prostate, stomach, colon, pancreatic, and thyroid cancers when added to cells cultured outside the body.
  • Trans-resveratrol is commercially available and procedures for the purification of the commercial material (by recrystallization from ethanol/water) have been developed.
  • Resveratrol was added to the food starting in early adulthood and caused a dose-dependent increase of median and maximum lifespan.
  • In addition, resveratrol delays the age-dependent decay of locomotor activity and cognitive performances and reduces the expression of neurofibrillary degeneration in the brain.
  • Many studies have demonstrated that this molecule exhibits a wide range of biological and pharmacological activities both in vitro and in vivo.
  • Many of the biological activities of resveratrol, like the inhibition of cyclooxygenase, induction of CD95 signaling-dependent apoptosis, effects on the cell division cycle and modulation of NF-?B activation, indicate a possible effect on immune response and many in vitro experiments have proven that resveratrol has immuno-modulatory activity.
General Information
  • Resveratrol Helth facts
  • Resveratrol- Nature’s Longevity Nutrient and Anti-Cancer Weapon

  • Resverotrol
  • Grape Expectations: The Resveratrol Story
  • Resveratrol Information
  • About Resveratrol


  • Production of Resveratrol in Recombinant Microorganisms
  • Resveratrol in plant raw-materials and food products

  • Preliminary Results on Contents of Resveratrol in Wine of Organic and Conventional Vineyards

  • Elicitor Induced Resveratrol Production in Cell culture of different grape genotype
  • Production and secretion of resveratrol in hairy root cultures of peanut
  • Production of Trans-Resveratrol by grapevine cell suspensions

Synthesis & Process

  • Synthesis of Amurensin H, a New Resveratrol Dimer from the Roots of Vitis Amurensis

  • Chocolate and cocoa: New sources of trans-resveratrol and trans-piceid

  • Determination of trans-Resveratrol in Plasma by HPLC

  • Interaction of trans-resveratrol with endogenous formaldehyde as one basis of its diverse beneficial biological effects

  • Molecular Mechanisms of the Chemopreventive Effects of Resveratrol and Its Analogs in Colorectal Cancer: Key Role of Polyamines

  • Cultivar, Juice Extraction, Ultra Violet Irradiation and Storage Influence the Stilbene content of muscadine grape
  • Resveratrol, a Polyphenolic Phytostilbene, Inhibits Endothelial Monocyte Chemotactic Protein-1 Synthesis and Secretion

  • Resveratrol: Isomeric Molar Absorptivities and Stability


  • High-Value Phytochemicals from Grape Cane Waste: Potential Value-Added Viticultural Sources of Trans-Resveratrol andTrans- -Viniferin with Medicinal and Anti-Phytopathogenic ε Applications

  • Resveratrol Improves Mitochondrial Function and Protects against Metabolic Disease by Activating SIRT1 and PGC-1a

  • Resveratrol Oxidation in Botrytis cinerea Conidia
  • Radical Scavenging Activity of Extracts of Argentine Peanut Skins in relation to its trans-resveratrol content
  • Resveratrol Promotes Clearance of Alzheimer’s Disease Amyloid Peptides

  • Resveratrol in red wine, is thought to contribute to improved cardiovascular effects associated with moderate consumption of red wine
  • Red wine's resveratrol may help battle obesity


  • Resveratrol- and Rapamycin-induced Morphological Changes to Human Epithelial Colon Cancer DLD-1 Cells

  • HPLC–Tandem Mass Spectrometric Method to Characterize Resveratrol Metabolism in Humans

  • Resveratrol: Cutting-Edge Technology Available Today
  • Evidence for the stimulatory effect of resveratrol on Ca -activated K current in vascular endothelial cells

  • Trans-Resveratrol and Grape Disease Resistance. A Dynamical Study by High-Resolution Laser-Based Techniques

  • Application of Adsorption Resin Technology and FCPC Chromotagraphy for the recovery of Polyphenols and stilbenoids from grape pomace

Project & Consultant

  • Evaluation of Resveratrol and Curcumin as Therapeutics against high-risk leukemia
  • Investigation whether resveratrol, a substrate found only in red wine can provide similar health benefits within other forms of alcohol, without significant side-effects.
  • Extraction Purification Project of Resveratrol from Polygonum Cuspidatum
  • Investigations of mechanisms of action of resveratrol (3,4ż,5-trihydroxystilben; component of red wine) on the cardiovascular system
  • Mechanisms of cell cycle regulation by selected plant-derived compounds.
  • Consultant from United States
  • Consultant from China
  • US Consultant from Louisiana
  • Compositions Based on Resveratrol
  • Cosmetic Compositions Containing Resveratrol
  • Method for the production of resveratrol in cell cultures
  • Use of a Plant extract or plant juice
  • Method for the production of resveratrol in a recombinant bacterial host cell

Product & Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Resveratrol supplement, 10 mg 60 Capsules Club Natural
  • Micronized Resveratrol
  • Isotonix Resveratrol
  • Resveratrol
  • Resveradox™
  • Resveratrol Extra

  • Trans - Resveratrol
  • Resveratrol Safety Data Sheet
  • Resveratrol MSDS


  • Short communication. Exploring new functional markets potential: factors affecting willingness to purchase functional wines

  • Effect of Resveratrol on Some Activities of Isolated and in Whole Blood Human Neutrophils

  • Low dose of resveratrol enhanced immune response of mice
  • Effects of resveratrol and ethanol on production of pro-inflammatory factors from endotoxin activated murine macrophages

  • Vascular Dysfunction in Aging: Potential Effects of Resveratrol, an Anti-Inflammatory Phytoestrogen

  • Protective effect of Reaveratrol on Ethanol-Induced Lipid peroxidation in rats
  • Resveratrol Reduces Oxidative Stress Induced by Platinum Compounds in Blood Platelets

  • In Vitro Effects of Resveratrol on the Viability and Infectivity of the Microsporidian Encephalitozoon cuniculi


  • Adsorption and Desorption Properties of Trans-Resveratrol on Cellulose Cotton
  • Resveratrol as Anti-aging Antioxidant
  • Estrogenic and Antiestrogenic Properties of Resveratrol in Mammary Tumor Models

  • Resveratrol as an antioxidant and pro-oxidant agent: mechanisms and clinical implications

  • Substrate-specific Activation of Sirtuins by Resveratrol
  • Antioxidant and Toxicological Properties of the Phytoalexin Resveratrol
  • Synthesis and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Resveratrol Analogs

Report & Market

  • Resveratrol - Renaissance Health Publishing Report
  • Levels of Resveratrol in 'Concord' Grapes
  • Resveratrol prolongs allograft survival after liver transplantation in rats

  • First Red Wine Antioxidant Supplement, Resvinatrol Complete™, Now Available in U.S.

  • Resveratrol Prolongs Lifespan and Retards the Onset of Age-Related Markers in a Short-Lived Vertebrate

  • Resveratrol in Parts of Vine and Wine Originating from Bohemian and Moravian Vineyard Regions

  • The Australian Resveratrol enhanced Wines
  • Drug Market Development


  • Chemoprevention of Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease by Resveratrol

  • Review of Toxicological Literature- trans-Resveratrol
  • Antitumor and immunomodulatory activity of resveratrol on experimentally implanted tumor of H22 in Balb/c mice

  • Resveratrol at H igh D oses Acts as an Apoptotic Inducer in Endothelial C ells

  • Resveratrol-Associated Renal Toxicity

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