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Pterostilbene - good for undermethylation

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by kkrathi, Apr 27, 2016.

  1. kkrathi


    I am trying to find out if Pterostilbene is good or bad for undermethylation. I know there are some threads but I got confused in the jargon. I understand Pterostilbene is a methylated stilbene molecule. But is it a methyl donor (good for undermethylation) or methyl acceptor (bad for undermethylators)? Any insight or any other related thoughts on this?

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