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The comparative study on physiological activity of White ginseng, Red ginseng and Black ginseng extract
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 5,  2016, pp.459-471
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.5.459
 Title & Authors
The comparative study on physiological activity of White ginseng, Red ginseng and Black ginseng extract
Jang, A-Young; Sueng, Yun-Chul; Ji, Joong-gu;
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 Abstract
This study presents a comparative study for differences in efficacy and ingredient of white ginseng(WG), red ginseng(RG), and black ginseng(BG) using anti-oxidative activity test and anti-inflammatory activity test. In the results of cytotoxicity test for WG, RG, and BG, the survival rate of all cells was more than 95%. In the total polyphenol analysis, DPPH, ABTS radical scavenging test, and ROS production test, BG showed higher anti-oxidant activity than WG and RG. RG and WG showed higher inhibition activity of NO production and production, respectively. As results of the test for the effect on reduction of inflammatory cytokine production, WG and RG were effective on reduction of IL- production, and BG was effective on reduction of IL-6. In the case of TNF- production, there was no difference among samples. This study could be useful basic data for the development of functional food and the fabrication of safe cosmetic.
 Keywords
White ginseng;Red ginseng;Black ginseng;Anti-oxidant activity;Anti-inflammatory activity;
 Language
Korean
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