Aug 09 2005A 33 mM solution of the test flavonoids/polyphenols (riboflavin β-carotene [trans] pterine 3-4-dihydroxy benzoic acid trans-cinnamic acid gentisic acid syringic acid p-coumaric acid caffeic acid ferrulic acid vanillic acid m-coumaric acid SHAM hydrocinnamic acid hydrocaffeic acid umbelliferone quercetin aesculetin scopoletin Jul 12 2019If you're like me you might postpone trying something new like herbal medicine because it requires purchasing exotic plants you've never heard of that cost a pretty penny It's understandable But today I'm going to share with you 14 common kitchen herbs you can try right now that all have medicinal effects Didn't know everyday []

Comparison of the antioxidant activity of aspalathin with

The antioxidant activity of aspalathin the major flavonoid of unfermented rooibos tea was compared with that of other polyphenols present in rooibos tea alpha-tocopherol BHT and BHA using the beta-carotene bleaching alpha alpha-diphenyl-beta-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging and automated Rancimat methods

6 Vanillic acid 10 06* 591 13 α-carotene (427 g 100g-1) was the second major carotenoid found followed by lycopene (402 g 100g-1) as in Table 2 and Figure 1 stability of the microencapsulation observed in Figure 2 (shape and size) indicates that some bioactive

Assays of β-carotene bleaching scavenging of 1 1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) free radicals 2 2-azinobis (3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid) diammonium (ABTS) cation radicals and superoxide anion radicals as well as cupric reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) were used to determine the antioxidant activities of the extracts and

Aug 10 2018Vishnu KV Chatterjee NS Ajeeshkumar KK Lekshmi RGK Tejpal CS Mathew S Ravishankar CN (2017) Microencapsulation of sardine oil: application of vanillic acid grafted chitosan as a bio-functional wall material Carbohydr Polym 174:540–548 PubMed

The elution gradient applied at a flow rate of 0 8 mL∙min −1 with 95% A for 3 min 70% A in 47 min 30% A in 23 min A in 7 min Gallic acid 3 4-hydroxybenzoic acid 4-hydroxybenzoic acid chlorogenic acid vanillic acid caffeic acid p-coumaric acid ferulic acid cinnamic acid

Importance of instrumental and sensory analysis in the

Glsn zyurt Ayşe Şimşek Miray Etyemez Abdurrahman Polat Fatty Acid Composition and Oxidative Stability of Fish Oil Products in Turkish Retail Market Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 10 1080/10498850 2011 644882 22 3 (322-329) (2013)

4-hydroxybenzoic acid methyl ester 0 0920 0 4510 0 0340 0 9350 Vanillic acid 0 0237 0 5960 0 0195 1 0800 Gallic acid 0 1420 0 2170 0 0574 0 7010 Ferulic acid 0 0431 0 7900 0 0010 1 2740 Capsaicin 0 0400 0 3990 0 3920 0 8830 Rosmarinic acid 0 0927 0 5680 0 0359 0 4840 Tannic acid

Accelerated oxidation of vanillin was studied by isothermal and non-isothermal differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) in model solutions Exothermic peaks of DSC thermograms due to the oxidation of vanillin were observed Vanillin oxidation to vanillic acid was confirmed by the detection of vanillic acid in heated vanillin samples using GC–MS

benzoic acid and phthalic acid (Husain et al 1992) antiinflammatory diterpene flavonoids artemetin and triterpenoids (Chawla et al 1991 1992) Fatty acids β-sitosterol vanillic acid p-hydroxybenzoic acid and luteolin have been isolated from bark (Husain et al 1992) Stem bark yields leucoanthocyanidins (Husain et al 1992 Chopra et

The antioxidant activity was also evaluated using the β-carotene-linoleic acid model system [17] with small modifications First β-carotene (0 5 mg) was prepared in 1 mL of chloroform then 25 L of linoleic acid and 200 mg of Tween 40 were added After evaporation of chloroform 100 mL of distilled water saturated with oxygen were

Antioxidant Activity Antioxidant activities of Sideritis perfoliata extracts were investigated by using several assays: total antioxidant capacity (by phosphomolybdenum and β-carotene-linoleic acid) ferrous ion chelating reducing power [cupric ion reducing (CUPRAC) ferric reducing antioxidant power (FRAP) and potassium ferricyanide] and free radical scavenging [on 1 1-diphenyl-2

The leaves of Salvia officinalis L have a traditional reputation for the management of pain in Morocco This study was conducted to investigate the curative effects of Salvia officinalis (SO) and its major constituents Rosmarinic (ROS) and Caffeic acids (CAF) on peripheral neuropathic pain in mice Chronic constriction injury (CCI) was induced in mice and neuropathic pain behaviors tests

Mar 19 2020ALPHA TERPINEOL P COUMARIC ACID VANILLIC ACID: Allergenic (13) BETA CAROTENE CAFFEIC ACID CATECHOL CHLOROGENIC ACID CITRAL CITRIC ACID LINALOOL METHYL SALICYLATE MUFA NIACIN OLEIC ACID PROTOCATECHUIC ACID QUERCETIN: Alpha Amylase Inhibitor (1) CITRIC ACID: Alpha Glucosidase Inhibitor (1) PROTOCATECHUIC ACID:

HPLC Analysis of Amino Acid and Antioxidant Composition of

Oct 23 2017For example caffeic acid ferulic acid and vanillic acid are widely distributed in the plant kingdom resmarinic acid an important phytochemical has been found to be potent active substances against human immunodeficiency virus type1 (HIV-1) The amount of vitamin C content varied between three plants rhizomes/leaves (Table 3)

Antioxidant Activity (AA) by the β-Carotene Bleaching Method The AA of samples was evaluated by the β-carotene-linoleic acid model system according to the modified literature procedure [20 21] β-Carotene (0 20 mg) 20 mg of linoleic acid and 200 mg of Tween 20 were mixed in 0 50 mL chloroform and the sol-vent evaporated under vacuum

Feb 01 2015The present work reports on the microencapsulation of turmeric oleoresin by spray drying using different ratios of maltodextrin and gum arabic (100:0–0:100) as wall material Solvent‐extracted and commercial oleoresin microcapsules prepared using gum arabic alone as wall material and spray dried at the inlet air temperature of 175C showed higher encapsulation efficiency

The leaves of Salvia officinalis L have a traditional reputation for the management of pain in Morocco This study was conducted to investigate the curative effects of Salvia officinalis (SO) and its major constituents Rosmarinic (ROS) and Caffeic acids (CAF) on peripheral neuropathic pain in mice Chronic constriction injury (CCI) was induced in mice and neuropathic pain behaviors tests

Abstract Introduction: The most common cause of Vitamin A deficiency is insufficient intake of Vitamin A and one of the ways to deal with this challenge is using β-carotene for food fortification In our study we addressed the concern of instability in β-carotene molecules by microencapsulation with vanillic acid grafted chitosan

treated with synthetic antioxidant due to the presence of gallic acid caffeic acid vanillic acid ferulic acid coumaric acid and trans-resveratrol with high antioxidant activity Thus the bioactive compounds with antioxidant activity Microencapsulation efficiency analysis was determined by Farrag et al (2018) and was considered the

Aug 31 2020Microencapsulation is a technique in which an active component (often a bioactive ingredient) is enveloped by a protective (often polymeric) layer on a micro scale [] Microencapsulation is a useful tool for improving the efficient delivery of bioactive compounds such as antioxidants minerals and vitamins into foods [] This technology constructs a barrier between degrading environmental

The order of activity in the β-carotene assay was Corchorous olitoriusBidens pilosaGalinsoga parvifloraAmaranthus hybridusCleome gynandra Predominant phenolic acids in the wild vegetables included gallic acid protochatechuic acid hydroxybenzoic acid catechin caffeic acid vanillic acid coumaric acid and ferullic acid

Mar 22 2019In order to compare the phenolic composition in different extractions from the tuber microtuber flesh and peel of the potato phenolic acids and glucoside were identified and quantified (Table 2) Chlorogenic acid caffeic acid vanillic acid quercetin glucoside and p-coumaric acid were quantified using HPLC because total phenolic contents measured by the Folin–Ciocalteu procedure

Mar 22 2019In order to compare the phenolic composition in different extractions from the tuber microtuber flesh and peel of the potato phenolic acids and glucoside were identified and quantified (Table 2) Chlorogenic acid caffeic acid vanillic acid quercetin glucoside and p-coumaric acid were quantified using HPLC because total phenolic contents measured by the Folin–Ciocalteu procedure