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American Journal of Food Science and Health, Vol.1, No.1, Apr. 2015, Pub. Date: Mar. 28, 2015
Assessment of Antioxidant Potential of Holoptelia integrifolia Roxb. Leaves by in vitro
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Authors
[01] Dharmeshkumar D. Prajapati, Department of Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Shri. B.M. Shah College of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Modasa, Gujarat, India.
[02] N. M. Patel, Department of Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Laxminarayan Dev College of Pharmacy, Bharuch, Gujarat, India.
Abstract
Natural antioxidants present in parts of plants include carotenoids, vitamins, phenols, flavonoids, dietary glutathione, and endogenous metabolites. Plant derived antioxidants have been shown to function as singlet and triplet oxygen quenchers, free radicalscavengers, peroxide decomposers, enzyme inhibitors and synergists. Holoptelia integrifolia leaves contain Flavonoids, Triterpenoids like, Hexacosanol, Octacosanol, β-sitosterol& β-amyrin are present. Recent studies showed that a number of plant products including polyphenolic substances (e.g., flavonoids and tannins) and various plant or herb extracts exert potent antioxidant actions. The Alcohol extracts of H. integrifolia leaves exhibited higher Antioxidant activity than Water extracts in DPPH, NO scavenging, H2O2 scavenging, ferric ion reduction and metal chelating in vitro antioxidant models. The present study revealed that assessment of the antioxidant potency by in vitro method of different extract of Holoptelia integrifolia which helps in the development of nutritional food supplement.
Keywords
Antioxidant, Holoptelia integrifolia Roxb, DPPH, Nutritional Food Supplement
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