Acetyl-resveratrol is a derivative of the Resveratrol (trans-). The resveratrol's Hydroxyls are replaced by acetyls.
Acetyl resveratrol is called a prodrug on medicinal chemistry. Acetyl-resveratrol is more stable than trans-resveratrol. When absorbed, it returns to resveratrol under the action of metabolism. Scientists have started analyzing these naturally occurring analogs to determine why it is they seem to be so biologically active and important. What they found was that among these analogs, acetylated phenolics exhibited a higher level of activity that is attributed to faster absorption and greater cellular uptake. The existence of these acetylated phenolic compounds in natural sources has been established in many recent studies and the comparative data is being studied extensively. So far the naturally occurring acetylated derivatives of Resveratrol have been identified in plants and specifically, triacetylated resveratrol has been found in marine invertebrates.
2. Life extension
3. Cancer prevention (Anti-cancer)
4. Anti-diabetic property (Activate AMPK, Blood sugar lowering)
5. Beneficial cardiovascular effects
6. Anti-inflammatory effects
1. Applied in pharmaceutical field, it is usually made into tablets, soft capsule, injection, etc.
to treat acute bacillary dysentery, gastroenteritis, cat fever, amygdalin is, faucitis, bronchitis,
pneumonia, phthisis, and so on.
2. Applied in the veterinary field, it is made into the pelvis to treat acute bacillary dysentery, gastroenteritis, and pneumonia of poultry and livestock.
3. Scavenging free radicals, extending aging
5. Antioxidant and inhibition of lysozyme
6. Proteins tyrosine kinase inhibitor
7 Promoting collagen protein synthesis