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Kinetine (6-furfurylaminopurine) is een cytokinine. Het wordt in de landbouw gebruikt als plantengroeiregelaar. In aanwezigheid van een auxine bevordert het de vorming van callus, de celdeling, celdifferentiatie en celgroei, en de kieming en fruitvorming. Het kan verouderingsverschijnselen vertragen en de bladeren langer groen laten blijven.Kinetine is ook een ingrediënt in een aantal cosmetische producten voor huidverzorging. La kinétine (C10H9N5O) est un composé de synthèse analogue aux cytokinines, qui régule la croissance cellulaire chez les plantes.La kinétine (6-furfuryl aminopurine) a été isolée dans des extraits de levure en 1974 (cytokinines). Elle stimule l’élongation cellulaire et l’organogenèse.↑ Masse molaire calculée d’après « Atomic weights of the elements 2007 », sur www.chem.qmul.ac.uk. La chinetina (o cinetina) è un fitormone appartenente alla famiglia delle citochinine.Fu originariamente isolata da Miller, Skoog et al. come uno dei componenti ottenuti da sperma di aringa dopo trattamento in autoclave, che promuovevano la divisione cellulare (da cui il nome). Kinetin is a type of cytokinin, a class of plant hormone that promotes cell division. Kinetin was originally isolated by Miller and Skoog et al. as a compound from autoclaved herring sperm DNA that had cell division-promoting activity. It was given the name kinetin because of its ability to induce cell division, provided that auxin was present in the medium.
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Kinetine (6-furfurylaminopurine) is een cytokinine. Het wordt in de landbouw gebruikt als plantengroeiregelaar. In aanwezigheid van een auxine bevordert het de vorming van callus, de celdeling, celdifferentiatie en celgroei, en de kieming en fruitvorming. Het kan verouderingsverschijnselen vertragen en de bladeren langer groen laten blijven.Kinetine is ook een ingrediënt in een aantal cosmetische producten voor huidverzorging. Kinetine blijkt verouderingsverschijnselen in fibroblasten van de menselijke huid te vertragen. La chinetina (o cinetina) è un fitormone appartenente alla famiglia delle citochinine.Fu originariamente isolata da Miller, Skoog et al. come uno dei componenti ottenuti da sperma di aringa dopo trattamento in autoclave, che promuovevano la divisione cellulare (da cui il nome). La kinétine (C10H9N5O) est un composé de synthèse analogue aux cytokinines, qui régule la croissance cellulaire chez les plantes.La kinétine (6-furfuryl aminopurine) a été isolée dans des extraits de levure en 1974 (cytokinines). Elle stimule l’élongation cellulaire et l’organogenèse. Kinetin is a type of cytokinin, a class of plant hormone that promotes cell division. Kinetin was originally isolated by Miller and Skoog et al. as a compound from autoclaved herring sperm DNA that had cell division-promoting activity. It was given the name kinetin because of its ability to induce cell division, provided that auxin was present in the medium. Kinetin is often used in plant tissue culture for inducing formation of callus (in conjunction with auxin) and to regenerate shoot tissues from callus (with lower auxin concentration).For a long time, it was believed that kinetin was an artifact produced from the deoxyadenosine residues in DNA, which degrade on standing for long periods or when heated during the isolation procedure. Therefore, it was thought that kinetin does not occur naturally, but, since 1996, it has been shown by several researchers that kinetin exists naturally in the DNA of cells of almost all organisms tested so far, including human and various plants. The mechanism of production of kinetin in DNA is thought to be via the production of furfural — an oxidative damage product of deoxyribose sugar in DNA — and its quenching by the adenine base's converting it into N6-furfuryladenine, kinetin.Since 1994, kinetin has been thoroughly tested for its powerful anti-aging effects in human skin cells and other systems.[citation needed] At present, kinetin is one of the widely used components in numerous skin care cosmetics and cosmeceuticals, such as Valeant products kinerase. There are some reports published on other biological effects of kinetin in human beings, for example its effects as anti-platelet aggregation factor reducing thrombosis formation.[citation needed] In addition, it has been shown to be capable of correcting RNA mis-splicing in the disease of familial dysautonomia, in which exon 20 of IKBKAP is skipped instead of included in the disease, leading to insufficient levels of IKBKAP protein product as a result of frame-shift-induced nonsense-mediated decay.Kinetin is currently sold commercially under the trade name "Bonide Tomato and Blossom Set Spray", and can be used to increase yields of various fruits and vegetables, produce seedless fruits, and increase 'budding' of various herbs.Kinetin is also widely used in producing new plants from tissue cultures.
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