Thearubigin

Thearubigins are polymeric polyphenols that are formed during the enzymatic oxidation and condensation of two gallocatechins (epigallocatechin and epigallocatechin gallate) with the participation of polyphenol oxidases during the fermentation reactions in black tea. Thearubigins are red in colour. Therefore a black (fully oxidized) tea gives a red...
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thearubigin

(from the article `tea`) ...by polyphenol oxidase of some polyphenols into compounds that combine with other polyphenols to form orange-red compounds called theaflavins. The ...
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thearubigin

A substance formed when green tea is fermented to make black tea. It is being studied in the treatment of cancer and other conditions, such as high cholesterol. It is a type of antioxidant.
Found on http://www.cancer.gov/dictionary?expand=T
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