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Biological Activities of Extracts from Cornus kousa Fruit
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Biological Activities of Extracts from Cornus kousa Fruit
Lee, Eun-Ho; Lee, Seon-Ho; Cho, Young-Je;
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The extracted phenolic compounds from Cornus kousa fruit for biological activities as functional resources were examined. The phenolic compounds which were extracted with water and 40% ethanol from Cornus kousa fruit were and , respectively. The 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl free radical scavenging activity of water and ethanol extracts were 84% and 86% at phenolics, respectively. The 2,2'-Azinobis-(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid radical decolorization activity of water and ethanol extracts were 84 and 95% at phenolics, respectively. Antioxidant protection factor in water and ethanol extracts at phenolics were 1.93 and 1.82 PF, respectively. Thiobarbituric acid reactive substance were 69% in water extracts and 89% in ethanol extracts at phenolics. The inhibition activity on xanthine oxidase in water and ethanol extracts was 34 and 60%, respectively. The inhibition activity on -glucosidase was 29% in water extracts and 87% in ethanol extracts. The tyrosinase inhibitory activity was 19% in ethanol extracts. The collagenase inhibition activity of anti-wrinkle effect showed an excellent wrinkle improvement effect as 53% in water extracts and 77% in ethanol extracts at phenolics. The hyaluronidase inhibition activity as antiinflammation effect of water extracts was confirmed to 34% of inhibition at phenolic. The results can be expected extracts from Cornus kousa fruit to use as functional resource for antioxidant, antigout, inhibitor of carbohydrate degradation, antiwrinkle activity and antiinflammation activity.
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