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, 74 (3), 673-6

Digestion and Absorption of Siraitia Grosvenori Triterpenoids in the Rat

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Digestion and Absorption of Siraitia Grosvenori Triterpenoids in the Rat

Yuji Murata et al. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.

Abstract

When administered to rats, mogroside V (a pentaglucose-conjugated mogroside), the main sweetening component of Siraitia grosvenori, was mostly degraded by digestive enzymes and intestinal microflora, and was excreted in the feces as mogrol (aglycone) and its mono- and diglucosides. However, trace amounts of mogrol and its monoglucoside were found in the portal blood as sulfates and/or glucuronide conjugates.

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