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Evaluation of Cytotoxicity, Carbohydrate, and Lipid Inhibitory Activity of Codonopsis lanceolata using Different Solvent Fractions
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  • Journal title : KOREAN JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
  • Volume 60, Issue 4,  2015, pp.498-503
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Crop Science
  • DOI : 10.7740/kjcs.2015.60.4.498
 Title & Authors
Evaluation of Cytotoxicity, Carbohydrate, and Lipid Inhibitory Activity of Codonopsis lanceolata using Different Solvent Fractions
Boo, Hee-Ock; Park, Jeong-Hun; Kim, Seung-Mi; Woo, Sun-Hee; Park, Hyeon-Yong;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to evaluate the cytotoxicity and , , pancreatic lipase inhibition in vitro by different solvent fractions from the roots of Codonopsis lanceolata. The values of against Calu-6 cell showed a high effect in n-hexane fraction () whereas DW fraction exhibited the weakest inhibition on cell viability, having an value of over . The values of against HCT-116 cell showed the highest activity in n-BuOH fraction (), followed by n-hexane fraction (), methylene chloride fraction (), ethyl acetate fraction () and DW fracion (>). inhibitory activity in methylene chloride fraction and ethyl acetate fraction was found to have a higher inhibitory effect with 24.5% and 25.6% than the other fractions. The highest inhibitory activity was observed from the ethyl acetate fraction extract, while the extract of DW fraction showed the lowest level of inhibitory activity at given experiment concentration. The pancreatic lipase inhibitory activity of C. lanceolata was found to have a higher the effect in ethyl acetate fraction. Inhibition of lipase activity of the ethyl acetate fraction and n-hexane fraction showed a relatively high, while the extract of DW fraction showed the lowest level at given experiment concentration. These results suggested that the roots of C. lanceolata may assist in the potential biological activity on carbohydrate, lipid Inhibitory activity and anticancer activity.
 Keywords
Cytotoxicity;;;Pancreatic lipase;Codonopsis lanceolata;
 Language
English
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