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Raffinose (CID 439242) - Compound BioActivity Data
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BioActivity Outcomes:
Unspecified(28)
 
 
BioAssay Types:
Literature(27)
 
 
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Total Bioassays: 28    Data Row: 28   Total Pages: 1   
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OutcomeTypeValue [μM]
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[SID104234276]
MIC 1200In vitro flocculation inhibitory ability was determined towards Yeast cell wall lectin (KbWCL) [AID73340, Type: other]
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2
[SID104234276]
Binding to POPC (palmitoyl-oleolyl-phosphatidyl-choline) liposomes using biosensor system [AID156202, Type: Literature]
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3
[SID104234276]
Binding to POPC/GMI liposomes using biosensor system [AID156204, Type: Literature]
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4
[SID104234276]
Ratio of [(apical to basal)/(basal to apical)] (Caco-2 cell monolayer) [AID231333, Type: Literature]
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5
[SID104234276]
Fraction absorbed in human intestine after oral administration compound was measured [AID236268, Type: Literature]
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6
[SID104234276]
Permeability Coefficient in 2/4/A1 cell model [AID236912, Type: Literature]
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7
[SID104234276]
Permeability Coefficient in Caco-2 cell culture model [AID236913, Type: Literature]
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8
[SID104234276]
Permeability Coefficient in hexadecane membranes model [AID236914, Type: Literature]
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9
[SID104234276]
Percentage of mass balance in hexadecane membranes model [AID236916, Type: Literature]
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10
[SID104234276]
Tested for fraction of oral dose absorbed orally in humans [AID237585, Type: Literature]
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11
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by decrease in triglyceride level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po relative to control [AID276649, Type: Literature]
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12
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by decrease in cholesterol level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po relative to control [AID276651, Type: Literature]
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[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by increase in HDL level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po relative to control [AID276653, Type: Literature]
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14
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by decrease in free fatty acid level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po relative to control [AID276656, Type: Literature]
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[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by increase in HDL/total cholesterol ratio in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po relative to control [AID276659, Type: Literature]
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16
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by triglyceride level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po [AID276668, Type: Literature]
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17
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by cholesterol level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po [AID276669, Type: Literature]
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18
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by HDL level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po [AID276670, Type: Literature]
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19
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by glycerol level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po [AID276671, Type: Literature]
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20
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by free fatty acid level in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po [AID276672, Type: Literature]
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21
[SID104234276]
Antihyperlipidemic activity measured by HDL/total cholesterol ratio in golden syrian hamster at 100 mg/kg, po [AID276673, Type: Literature]
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22
[SID104234276]
Drug absorption in human assessed as human intestinal absorption rate [AID567091, Type: Literature]
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23
[SID104234276]
Percent of the drug absorbed after administration to humans was determined [AID15120, Type: Literature]
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24
[SID104234276]
Percent of drug absorbed by human intestine after oral administration [AID18847, Type: Literature]
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25
[SID104234276]
Apparent permeability coefficient (Papp) (Caco-2 cell monolayer) [AID28392, Type: Literature]
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26
[SID104234276]
Cellular permeability (Pc) (Caco-2 cell monolayer) [AID28399, Type: Literature]
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27
[SID104234276]
Fraction absorbed after oral administration in humans [AID29844, Type: Literature]
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[SID104234276]
Estimation of fraction absorbed (Fa) in the human intestine using biosensor technology. [AID29845, Type: Literature]
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