Antioxidant constituents from licorice roots: isolation, structure elucidation and antioxidative capacity toward LDL oxidation
Antioxidant assays for plant and food components.
JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY, no. 5 (2009): 1655-1666
Recently, research on natural antioxidants has become increasingly active in various fields. Accordingly, numerous articles on natural antioxidants, including polyphenols, flavonoids, vitamins, and volatile chemicals, have been published. Assays developed to evaluate the antioxidant activity of plants and food constituents vary. Therefore...更多
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- An antioxidant is defined as a molecule capable of slowing or preventing the oxidation of other molecules (1), whereas a biological antioxidant has been defined as “any substance that, when present at low concentrations compared to those of an oxidizable substrate, significantly delays or prevents oxidation of that substrate” (2).
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- Table1: Selected Studies on Natural Antioxidants natural substance yacon root Cornus capitat Adventitious roots licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) licorice root (Glycyrrhiza uralensis) Morinada elliptica root Paeonia lactiflora root ginger root cherry tomatoes tomato paste red spinach (gangeticus) bitter melons (Momordica charantia) potato peel sweet potato soybean, mung bean, kidney beans, azuki beans thyme (Thymus zygis L.) rosemary bird chili (Capsicum frutescenes Linn.) rapeseed and pine bark pepper sage eucalyptus leaves clove bud cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus) Dillenia indica fruit cinnamon, turmeric, golden thread buntan (citrus) grape and wines raspberry guava leaf
- Table2: Antioxidant Studies on Multiple Numbers of Samples from Various Plants plant essential oils Indian medicinal plants medicinal plants fruits and vegetable byproducts vegetables sorghum varieties Chinese medicinal plants Bolivian plants Chinese medicinal herbals Korean salad plants medicinal plants plants from Cordoba (Argentina) essential oils no. of samples