L'alkannine ou jaune chrysoïne S est un colorant rouge-brun (E103) naturel provenant de l'orcanette des teinturiers. Ce colorant alimentaire a été classé dangereux et est supprimé dans les pays du marché commun depuis 1978.↑ Masse molaire calculée d’après « Atomic weights of the elements 2007 », sur www.chem.qmul.ac.uk.

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  • L'alkannine ou jaune chrysoïne S est un colorant rouge-brun (E103) naturel provenant de l'orcanette des teinturiers. Ce colorant alimentaire a été classé dangereux et est supprimé dans les pays du marché commun depuis 1978.
  • アルカンニン(alkannin)は、フランス南部で自生するルリジサから抽出される天然色素である。食品添加物や化粧品に使われる。オーストラリアでは食品用の赤茶色の着色料として使われ、欧州ではE番号がE103に指定されているが使用は既に承認されていない。
  • Alkanina – naturalny, czerwony barwnik, otrzymywany z korzeni alkanny barwierskiej (Alkanna tinctoria) oraz farbownika lekarskiego (Anchusa officinalis). Alkaniny używano jako barwnik zaprawowy, natomiast obecnie wykorzystuje się go w przemyśle kosmetycznym, w mikroskopii oraz w analizie chemicznej.== Przypisy ==
  • L'alcannina è un colorante naturale, un polifenolo bifunzionale di un naftochinone. Deve il nome alla pianta da cui si estrae: l'Alkanna tinctoria, tipica del sud della Francia. Essa è utilizzata come colorante alimentare e, nella cosmesi, è una nota tintura per capelli, che rappresenta un'alternativa all'Henné. Come additivo alimentare è utilizzata in Australia, mentre nell'Unione europea, dove è riconosciuta con il codice E103, non è più approvata per l'uso.
  • Vorlage:Infobox Chemikalie/Summenformelsuche vorhandenAlkannin ist ein Farbstoff, der aus der Alkannawurzel (Alkanna tinctoria) gewonnen wird. Der Farbstoff wird zur Färbung von Lebensmitteln, Kosmetika und Pharmazeutika verwendet. Es färbt in fettiger, öliger Umgebung tiefrot, in basischer Umgebung violett.
  • Alkannin is a natural dye that is obtained from the extracts of plants from the borage family Alkanna tinctoria that are found in the south of France. The dye is used as a food coloring and in cosmetics. It is used as a red-brown food additive in regions such as Australia, and is designated in Europe as the E number E103, but is no longer approved for use.The chemical structure as a naphthoquinone derivative was first determined by Brockmann in 1936. Alkannin has a deep red color in a greasy or oily environment and a violet color in an alkaline environment.The enzyme 4-hydroxybenzoate geranyltransferase utilizes geranyl diphosphate and 4-hydroxybenzoate to produce 3-geranyl-4-hydroxybenzoate and diphosphate. These compounds are then used to form alkannin.Alkannin is an antioxidant and has an antimicrobial effect against Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis. It is also known to have wound healing, antitumor, and antithrombotic properties.Shikonin is also found in the Chinese herbal medicine plant Lithospermum erythrorhizon, the red-root gromwell, (紫草 zicao, Pinyin: zǐcǎo). The dried root is a Chinese herbal medicine with various antiviral and biological activities, including inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1).
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  • L'alkannine ou jaune chrysoïne S est un colorant rouge-brun (E103) naturel provenant de l'orcanette des teinturiers. Ce colorant alimentaire a été classé dangereux et est supprimé dans les pays du marché commun depuis 1978.↑ Masse molaire calculée d’après « Atomic weights of the elements 2007 », sur www.chem.qmul.ac.uk.
  • アルカンニン(alkannin)は、フランス南部で自生するルリジサから抽出される天然色素である。食品添加物や化粧品に使われる。オーストラリアでは食品用の赤茶色の着色料として使われ、欧州ではE番号がE103に指定されているが使用は既に承認されていない。
  • Alkanina – naturalny, czerwony barwnik, otrzymywany z korzeni alkanny barwierskiej (Alkanna tinctoria) oraz farbownika lekarskiego (Anchusa officinalis). Alkaniny używano jako barwnik zaprawowy, natomiast obecnie wykorzystuje się go w przemyśle kosmetycznym, w mikroskopii oraz w analizie chemicznej.== Przypisy ==
  • L'alcannina è un colorante naturale, un polifenolo bifunzionale di un naftochinone. Deve il nome alla pianta da cui si estrae: l'Alkanna tinctoria, tipica del sud della Francia. Essa è utilizzata come colorante alimentare e, nella cosmesi, è una nota tintura per capelli, che rappresenta un'alternativa all'Henné. Come additivo alimentare è utilizzata in Australia, mentre nell'Unione europea, dove è riconosciuta con il codice E103, non è più approvata per l'uso.
  • Vorlage:Infobox Chemikalie/Summenformelsuche vorhandenAlkannin ist ein Farbstoff, der aus der Alkannawurzel (Alkanna tinctoria) gewonnen wird. Der Farbstoff wird zur Färbung von Lebensmitteln, Kosmetika und Pharmazeutika verwendet. Es färbt in fettiger, öliger Umgebung tiefrot, in basischer Umgebung violett.
  • Alkannin is a natural dye that is obtained from the extracts of plants from the borage family Alkanna tinctoria that are found in the south of France. The dye is used as a food coloring and in cosmetics. It is used as a red-brown food additive in regions such as Australia, and is designated in Europe as the E number E103, but is no longer approved for use.The chemical structure as a naphthoquinone derivative was first determined by Brockmann in 1936.
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