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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions' Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate December 2014 Antioxidants DOI:...

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Antioxidants (Dec 2014) Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions’ Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate

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Phenolic content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and its antioxidant

Phenolic content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and its antioxidant effects against fenton reactions’ mediated oxidative injuries on liver homogenate

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Phenolic content of Hypodaphnis zenkeri and its antioxidant

ethanolic and hydro-ethanolic extracts of the bark and leaves from H. zenkeri showed an antioxidant and protective potential against oxidative damage.

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Phenolic profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory - PubMed

Extracts of X. africana and H. zenkeri exhibited higher antioxidant activity: DPPH (182.24 ± 2.41 mg ascorbic acid eq/g dry spice), ABTS (9.247 ± 0.004 g trolox eq/100 g spice), hydroxyl free radicals (729.27 ± 3.07 mg mannitol eq/100 g spice) and reducing power (2.351 ± 0.002 g ascorbic acid equivalent/100 g spice). Positive and high

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Phenolic profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory

The aim of the present study is to evaluate phytochemical profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory activity of some underutilized Cameroon spice extracts, viz. The fruit of Xylopia africana, the fruit and the bulb of Aframomum sulcatum; and the bark of Hypodaphnis zenkeri. Four different solvent combinations were used for extraction of

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Concept, mechanism, and applications of phenolic antioxidants

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS: Phenolic compounds are strong antioxidants and are safer than synthetic antioxidants. The wide occurrence in plant foods warranted continuous review applications. This review, therefore, presented an updated comprehensive overview of the concept, mechanism, and applications of phenolic antioxidants in foods.

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

The high performance liquied chromatography (HPLC) profile showed higher levels of caffeic acid, OH-tyrosol acid, and rutin in the leaves compared to the bark of H. zenkeri. In conclusion, the ethanolic and hydro-ethanolic extracts of the bark and leaves from H. zenkeri showed an antioxidant and protective potential against oxidative damage.

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Phenolic content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and its antioxidant

(2014) Moukette et al. Antioxidants. Under oxidative stress conditions, endogenous antioxidant defenses are unable to completely inactivate the free radicals generated by an excessive production of reactive oxygen species (ROS). This state causes serious cell damage leading to a variety of human

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Phenolic profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory

and their corresponding phenolic content. Extract of A. sulcatum highly inhibited porcine pancreatic lipase whereas, X. africana and H. zenkeri extracts highly inhib-ited a-amylase (98.82 and 99.54% respectively). These spices could be utilized as natural antioxidant sources for the management oxidative stress, lipid and carbohydrate

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Phenolic profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory - PubMed

The aim of the present study is to evaluate phytochemical profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory activity of some underutilized Cameroon spice extracts, viz. The fruit of Xylopia africana, the fruit and the bulb of Aframomum sulcatum; and the bark of Hypodaphnis zenkeri. Four different solvent combinations were used for extraction of

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Under oxidative stress conditions, endogenous antioxidant defenses are unable to completely inactivate the free radicals generated by an excessive... DOAJ is a unique and extensive index of diverse open access journals from around the world, driven by a growing community, committed to ensuring quality content is freely available online for

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions’ Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate by Bruno Moukette Moukette , Constant Anatole Pieme , Prosper Cabral Nya Biapa , Jacques Romain Njimou , Vicky Jocelyne Ama Moor , Marco Stoller , Marco Bravi and Jeanne Yonkeu Ngogang

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Supporting: 1, Mentioning: 13 - Under oxidative stress conditions, endogenous antioxidant defenses are unable to completely inactivate the free radicals generated by an excessive production of reactive oxygen species (ROS). This state causes serious cell damage leading to a variety of human diseases. Natural antioxidants can protect cells against oxidative stress. Hypaodaphnis zenkeri (H

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions’ Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate Bruno Moukette Moukette et al. Antioxidants, 2014 Quantification of Phenolic Compounds and In Vitro Radical Scavenging Abilities with Leaf Extracts from Two Varieties of Psidium guajava L.

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Hypaodaphnis zenkeri (H. zenkiri) is a plant consumed as a spice in the Cameroonian diet, and its bark has been used in traditional medicine for the treatment of several diseases. The present study aims at investigating the antioxidant activity, which includes free radical scavenging and protective properties of an extract from H. Zenkiri

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(PDF) Phenolic profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory

A study conducted in the western regions of Cameroon to identify spices consumed in traditional dishes revealed that some of the spices have so far not been studied for their biological activities . They include Xylopia africana (Benth.) Oliv fruits, Aframomum sulcatum bulbs and fruits and Hypodaphnis zenkeri bark.

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions’ Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate Download Article: The full text article is available externally.

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Phenolic profile, antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory

Extracts of X. africana and H. zenkeri exhibited higher antioxidant activity: DPPH (182.24 ± 2.41 mg ascorbic acid eq/g dry spice), ABTS (9.247 ± 0.004 g trolox eq/ 100 g spice), hydroxyl free radicals (729.27 ± 3.07 mg mannitol eq/100 g spice) and reducing power (2.351 ± 0.002 g ascorbic acid equivalent/100 g spice).

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions’ Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate Download Article: The full text article is available externally.

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant

Supporting: 1, Mentioning: 13 - Under oxidative stress conditions, endogenous antioxidant defenses are unable to completely inactivate the free radicals generated by an excessive production of reactive oxygen species (ROS). This state causes serious cell damage leading to a variety of human diseases. Natural antioxidants can protect cells against oxidative stress. Hypaodaphnis zenkeri (H

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Phenolic content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and its antioxidant

Hypaodaphnis zenkeri (H. zenkiri) is a plant consumed as a spice in the Cameroonian diet, and its bark has been used in traditional medicine for the treatment of several diseases. The present study aims at investigating the antioxidant activity, which includes free radical scavenging and protective properties of an extract from H. Zenkiri

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Phenolic Content of Hypodaphnis Zenkeri and Its Antioxidant Effects against Fenton Reactions’ Mediated Oxidative Injuries on Liver Homogenate Bruno Moukette Moukette et al. Antioxidants, 2014 Quantification of Phenolic Compounds and In Vitro Radical Scavenging Abilities with Leaf Extracts from Two Varieties of Psidium guajava L.

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Anticancer and Antimicrobial Activities of Some Antioxidant

In Vitro Cultivars of Vaccinium corymbosum L. (Ericaceae) are a Source of Antioxidant Phenolics. A Cystine-Rich Whey Supplement (Immunocal(?)) Delays Disease Onset and... A Cystine-Rich Whey Supplement (Immunocal(?)) Delays Disease Onset and Prevents Spinal Cord Glutathione Depletion in the hSOD1(G93A) Mouse Model of Amyotrophic Lateral

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(PDF) ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIALS OF PARTHENIUM HYSTEROPHORUS L

This antioxidant activity may be endorsed to its high phenolic content. Thus, our findings provide evidence that Heracleum afghanicum is a potential source of natural antioxidants. The study suggests the possibility of using dry leaves extracts of H. afghanicum Kitamura for the prevention of cell aging, as it was shown to have significant

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Correlation between Antioxidant Activities and Phenolic

of various antioxidant assays were used to evaluate the level of antioxidant of the RAS extracts, (plot between 1/IC50 values and phenolic contents), the correlation coefficient (R) ranged from 0.642 to 0.941, with an average value of 0.839. Significant positive correlations demonstrated that the antioxidant effects of RAS might generally be

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Synthetic phenolic antioxidants evoked hepatoxicity in grass

Background The present study focused on the antioxidant, phenolic profile and free radical scavenging-mediated protective effect of leaves extracts of Syzygium guineense var. macrocarpum against ferric nitriloacetate-induced stress in the liver, heart, kidney and brain tissues of Wistar rats homogenates.

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