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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) - AGRIS

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity.

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) - PubAg

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity.

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Screening and Characterization of Phenolic Compounds from

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, M. cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity.

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Encapsulation of phenolic-rich extract from banana (Musa

compounds compared to the ?esh (Vu et al. 2018). Further, the antioxidant activity of the peel is also higher than the fruit itself (Someya et al. 2002; Sulaiman et al. 2011). Banana peel is also an excellent source of the strong antioxidant dopamine. The catecholamine is believed to be signi?cantly attributed to the antioxidant of the

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) - AGRIS

One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29.6 mg/100 g dry wt.). The antioxidant activity of the banana peel extract

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Total phenolics, flavonoids and antioxidant activity of - UPM

Preparation of banana flour and extraction for antioxidant attributesTwo of the most popular banana varieties in Asia, namely Cavendish (Musa acuminata L, cv cavendshii)and Dream (Musa acuminata colla. AAA, cv ‘Berangan’) banana were obtained from the wet markets around Penang Malaysia.

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Screening and Characterization of Phenolic Compounds from

Citation 23 The percentage of H 2 O 2 scavenging of M. cavendish, M. acuminata and standard compound (Ascorbic acid) was calculated as. H 2 O 2 radical scavenging activity (%) = [{Ao-A 1 / Ao}] × 100. where Ao is the absorbance of H 2 O 2 and A1 is the absorbance of H 2 O 2 solution in the presence of the extract.

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PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF - CORE

Antioxidant activity of the banana peel extracts was evaluated using 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) free radical scavenging assay. The concentration of the peel extracts required for 50 % inhibition of DPPH radical scavenging activity () were recorded at 90.28 μg/ml for Cavendish and 113.09 μg/ml for Dream banana.

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish)

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29.6 mg/100 g dry wt.). The antioxidant activity of

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa cavendish) - EurekaMag

One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry weight) than in pulp (29.6 mg/100 g dry weight).

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Antioxidant Potential of Peel Extracts of Banana Varieties

3.1. Total Antioxidant Activity . The total antioxidant activities of various banana peel extracts are depicted in . Table 1. The values represent the total antioxidant capacity of banana peel extracts ex-pressed in terms of equivalents of ascorbic acid. This assay gives an estimate of the overall antioxidant poten-tial of the banana peel [16].

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Encapsulation of phenolic-rich extract from banana (Musa

compounds compared to the ?esh (Vu et al. 2018). Further, the antioxidant activity of the peel is also higher than the fruit itself (Someya et al. 2002; Sulaiman et al. 2011). Banana peel is also an excellent source of the strong antioxidant dopamine. The catecholamine is believed to be signi?cantly attributed to the antioxidant of the

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) - AGRIS

One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29.6 mg/100 g dry wt.). The antioxidant activity of the banana peel extract

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Total phenolics, flavonoids and antioxidant activity of - UPM

Preparation of banana flour and extraction for antioxidant attributesTwo of the most popular banana varieties in Asia, namely Cavendish (Musa acuminata L, cv cavendshii)and Dream (Musa acuminata colla. AAA, cv ‘Berangan’) banana were obtained from the wet markets around Penang Malaysia.

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Screening and Characterization of Phenolic Compounds from

Previously banana pulp has been studied for antihyperglycemic effects, and in the present investigation antihyperglycemic effect of ethanolic extract of inner peels of Musa sapientum (EMS), Musa paradisiaca (EMP), Musa cavendish (EMC) and Musa acuminata (EMA) fruit was evaluated using oral glucose tolerance test in normoglycemic rats.

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish)

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29.6 mg/100 g dry wt.). The antioxidant activity of

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(PDF) Phenolic compounds from the peel of Musa cavendish

Banana peel is a source of antioxidant compounds such as phenolic compounds. These compounds have anti-cancer, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, and therefore their importance in human health. However there are no studies of the content of phenolic compounds in varieties of banana.

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Bioactive compounds in banana and their associated health

Antioxidant compounds are maturity in Malaysian bananas. Highest antioxidant substances that may protect from oxidative damages levels were exhibited in cv. ‘Mas’. Wall (2006) by reactive oxygen species thereby minimizing found that Dwarf Brazilian banana has almost three the incidence of the above diseases.

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Antioxidant Potential of Peel Extracts of Banana Varieties

3.1. Total Antioxidant Activity . The total antioxidant activities of various banana peel extracts are depicted in . Table 1. The values represent the total antioxidant capacity of banana peel extracts ex-pressed in terms of equivalents of ascorbic acid. This assay gives an estimate of the overall antioxidant poten-tial of the banana peel [16].

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