Resveratrol is a stilbene-type bioactive molecule with a broad spectrum of reported biological effects. In this sense, the current work provides a comprehensive literature analysis on resveratrol, representing a highly-researched commercially available dietary ingredient. Bibliometric data were identified by means of the search string TOPIC=(“resveratrol*”) and analyzed with the VOSviewer software, which yielded 17,561 publications extracted from the Web of Science Core Collection electronic database. The ratio of original articles to reviews was 9.5:1. More than half of the overall manuscripts have been published since 2013. Major contributing countries were USA, China, Italy, South Korea, and Spain. Most of the publications appeared in journals specialized in biochemistry and molecular biology, pharmacology and pharmacy, food science technology, cell biology, or oncology. The phytochemicals or phytochemical classes that were frequently mentioned in the keywords of analyzed publications included, in descending order: resveratrol, trans-resveratrol, polyphenols, flavonoids, quercetin, stilbenes, curcumin, piceatannol, cis-resveratrol, and anthocyanins.
Yeunga AWK, Aggarwal BB, Orhan IE, Horbańczuk OK, Barreca D, Battino M, Belwal T, Bishayee A, Daglia M, Devkota HP, Echeverría J, El-Demerdash A, Balacheva A, Georgieva M, Godfrey K, Gupta VK, Horbańczuk JO, Huminiecki L, Jóźwik A, Strzałkowska N, Mocan A, Mozos I, Nabavi SM, Pajpanova T, Pittala V, Feder-Kubis J, Sampino S, Silva AS, Sheridan H, Sureda A, Tewari D, Wang D, Weissig V, Yang Y, Zengin G, Shanker K, Moosavi MA, Shah MA, Kozuharova E, Al-Rimawi F, Durazzo A, Lucarini M, Souto EB, Santini A, Malainer C, Djilianov D, Tancheva LP, Li HB, Gan RY, Tzvetkov NT, Atanasov AG. Resveratrol, a popular dietary supplement for human and animal health: Quantitative research literature analysis – a review. Animal Science Papers and Reports 2019; 37: 103-118.
Keywords: bibliometrics, biological activities, cancer, citation analysis, pharmacology, resveratrol, Web of Science, VOSviewer, resveratrol, dietary supplements, human and animal health, trans-resveratrol, polyphenols, flavonoids, quercetin, stilbenes, curcumin, piceatannol, cis-resveratrol, anthocyanins, phytochemicals.
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