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Asian Journal of Research in Biochemistry
Allicin is found in nursery onion. Allicin is isolated from garlic (Allium sativum). Nutriceutical allicin is an organice compound gotten from garlic. It is also sourced from onions, and different species in the family Alliaceae. It was first isolated and examined in the research facility by Chester J. Cavallito in 1944. This colourless fluid has a distinctively pungent smell. This compound shows antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Allicin is additionally the garlic's resistance mechanismdoi:10.9734/ajrb/2019/v5i330092 fatcat:3idzuwxrm5fhtk4vya2lnilbca