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TitleApple polyphenols in human and animal health*
Author(s)Yeung, A. W. K.
Tzvetkov, N. T.
El-Demerdash, A.
Horbanczuk, O. K.
Das, N.
Pirgozliev, V.
Lucarini, M.
Durazzo, A.
Souto, Eliana B.
Santini, A.
Devkota, H. P.
Uddin, Md. S.
Echeverría, J.
Wang, D.
Gan, R. -Y.
Brncic, M.
Kalfin, R. E.
Tancheva, L. P.
Tewari, D.
Berindan-Neagoe, I.
Sampino, S.
Strzalkowska, N.
Marchewka, J.
Józwik, A.
Horbanczuk, J. O.
Atanasov, A. G.
KeywordsAlzheimers disease
Anthocyanin
Apple polyphenol
Atherosclerosis
Cardiovascular disease
Diabetes
Obesity
Quercetin
VOSviewer
Web of Science
Alzheimer's disease obesity
Issue date2021
PublisherPolish Scientific Publishers PWN
JournalAnimal Science Papers and Reports
CitationYeung, A. W. K.; Tzvetkov, N. T.; El-Demerdash, A.; Horbanczuk, O. K.; Das, N.; Pirgozliev, V.; Lucarini, M.; Durazzo, A.; Souto, Eliana; Santini, A.; Devkota, H. P.; Uddin, Md. S.; Echeverría, J.; Wang, D.; Gan, R. -Y.; Brncic, M.; Kalfin, R. E.; Tancheva, L. P.; Tewari, D.; Berindan-Neagoe, I.; Sampino, S.; Strzalkowska, N.; Marchewka, J.; Józwik, A.; Horbanczuk, J. O.; Atanasov, A. G., Apple polyphenols in human and animal health*. Animal Science Papers and Reports, 39(2), 105-118, 2021
Abstract(s)Apples contain substantial amounts of polyphenols, and diverse phenolics mainly flavonoids and phenolic acids, have been identified in their flesh and skins. This work aimed to analyze the overall landscape of the research literature published to date on apple phenolic compounds in the context of human and animal health. The Web of Science Core Collection electronic database was queried with (apple* polyphenol*) AND (health* OR illness* OR disease* OR medic* OR pharma*) to identify relevant papers covering these words and their derivatives in the titles, abstracts, and keywords. The resulted 890 papers were bibliometrically analyzed. The VOSviewer software was utilized to produce term maps that illustrate how the frequent phrases fared in terms of publication and citation data. The apple polyphenol papers received global contributions, particularly from China, Italy, the United States, Spain, and Germany. Examples of frequently mentioned chemicals/chemical classes are quercetin, anthocyanin, catechin, epicatechin, and flavonol, while examples of frequently mentioned medical conditions are cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, Alzheimers disease, and obesity. The potential health benefits of apple polyphenols on humans and animals are diverse and warrant further study.
TypeArticle
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/73916
ISSN0860-4037
Publisher versionhttp://www.ighz.edu.pl/aktualnosc/animal-science-papers-and-reports
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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