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Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities of Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisher (Jecheon, Korea) Extracts Obtained by various Extract Conditions
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Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities of Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisher (Jecheon, Korea) Extracts Obtained by various Extract Conditions
Ha, Ji Hoon; Jeong, Yoon Ju; Seong, Joon Seob; Kim, Kyoung Mi; Kim, A Young; Fu, Min Min; Suh, Ji Young; Lee, Nan Hee; Park, Jino; Park, Soo Nam;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to evaluate the antioxidant and antibacterial activities of Glycyrriza uralensis Fisher (Jecheon, Korea) extracts obtained by various extraction conditions (85% ethanol, heating temperatures and times), and to establish the optimal extraction condition of G. uralensis for the application as cosmetic ingredients. The extracts obtained under different conditions were concentrated and made in the powdered (sample-1) and were the crude extract solutions without concentration (sample-2). The antioxidant effects were determined by free radical scavenging activity (), ROS scavenging activity (), and cellular protective effects. Antibacterial activity was determined by minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) on human skin flora. DPPH free radical scavenging activity of sample-1 () was 10% higher in group extracted for 6 h than 12 h, but sample-2 didn`t show any significant differences. The extraction yield extracted with same temperature for 12 h was 2.6 times higher than 6 h, but total flavonoid content was 1.1 times higher. These results indicated that total flavonoid content hardly increased with increasing extraction time. Free radical scavenging activity, ROS scavenging activity and cellular protective effects were not dependent on the yield of extraction, but total flavonoid content of extraction. Antibacterial activity on three skin flora (S. aureus, B. subtilis, P. acnes)of sample-1 in different extraction conditions were evaluated on same concentration, and the group extracted at 25 and showed 16 times higher than methyl paraben (). In conclusion, 85% ethanol extracts of G. uralensis extracted at for 6 h showed the highest antioxidant and antibacterial activity. These results indicate that the extraction condition is important to be optimized by comprehensive evaluation of extraction yield with various conditions, yield of active component, and activity test with concentrations, and activity of 100% extract, for manufacturing process of products.
 Keywords
Glycyrrhiza uralensis;antioxidative effect;antibacterial activity;various extraction conditions;cellular protective effect;
 Language
Korean
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사람피부세포에서 카렌둘라 꽃 추출물의 항산화 및 산화적 스트레스에 대한 세포보호효과,현송화;김가윤;유지연;김지원;양예림;전영희;정윤주;김아랑;박수남;

공업화학, 2016. vol.27. 6, pp.620-626 crossref(new window)
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