Antioxidant Activity Of Various Parts Of Cinnamomum Cassia Extracted With Different Extraction Methods | 6003
Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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The aim of this study is to investigate the antioxidant activities of various parts (barks,
buds, and leaves) of Cinnamomum cassia extracted with ethanol and supercritical
uid extraction (SFE). For the antioxidant activity comparison, the SFE and ethanol
extracts in DPPH scavenging eff
ects of IC50 were 0.562-10.090 mg/mL and 0.072-0.208
mg/mL, and the trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity (TEAC) were 6.789-58.335 mmole
trolox/g and 133.039-335.779 mmole trolox/g, respectively. In addition, the total fl
contents were 0.031-1.916 g/ 100 g dry weight of materials (DW) and 2.030-3.348 g/ 100
g DW, and the total phenolic contents were 0.151-2.018 g/ 100 g DW and 6.313-9.534 g/
100 g DW in the SFE and ethanol extracts, respectively. Based on the results, the ethanol
extracts of Cinnamon barks have the potential valuable as an antioxidant substitute and
this study also provide a better technique to extract the natural antioxidant substances
from C. cassia.
Li-Yeh Chuang has completed her Ph.D from North Dakota State University, USA. She is the professor
of Department of Institute of Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering at I-Shou University, Taiwan. She
has published more than 100 papers in reputed journals.
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