DDIBDuplicate Detection Information Base (mobile communication)
DDIBDatabase of Domain Interactions and Bindings (bioinformatics)
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In addition, previous finding showed that quercetin exhibited lower 50% inhibitory concentration (IC(50)) and inhibitor binding constant (K(i)) values than apigenin against both the Helicobacter pylori Ddl and the Escherichia coli DdIB. This finding implies that the two additional hydroxyls on the flavone skeleton of quercetin in structure might facilitate its inhibitory activity and binding affinity to Ddl (Wu et al.