What is Acacetin?
Acacetin is a natural compound in the flavonoid compound class. It is a methylated derivative of more commonly known apigenin. Acacetin can be isolated from natural sources like black locust Robinia pseudoacacia, white birch Betula pendula, and damiana Turnera diffusa.
Like other flavonoids, Acacetin is most prominently known for its antioxidative properties. Hydroxyl groups, in conjunction with the aromatic system, can neutralize various reactive radicals reducing oxidative stress.
Acacetin also exhibits other biological activities like
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