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Purification of Peat Moss Extract Using a Supercritical CO 2 and Verification of Its Biological Activities
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  • Journal title : KSBB Journal
  • Volume 26, Issue 5,  2011, pp.459-464
  • Publisher : Korean Society for Biotechnology and Bioengineering
  • DOI : 10.7841/ksbbj.2011.26.5.459
 Title & Authors
Purification of Peat Moss Extract Using a Supercritical CO 2 and Verification of Its Biological Activities
Kim, Mi-Hyang; Jeon, Myong-Je; Park, Mi-Ra; Lee, Seung-Woo; Hwang, Hyun-Jung; Jang, Hye-Ji; Kang, Min-Suk; Kim, Bo-Kyung; Choi, Seung-Tae; Park, Mi-Yeon; Lee, Sang-Hyeon;
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 Abstract
In this study, the canadian peat moss extract was purified by a supercritical 2 using three different conditions and assessed its biological activities. Peat moss was extracted by acid-alkaline extraction method (sample 1) and purified by a supercritical at under pressure of 100 bar (sample 2), 120 bar (sample 3) or 150 bar (sample 4). We evaluated the antioxidant activities of the samples by 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical-scavenging, /ascorbate (FTC) and 2-thiobarbituric acid (TBA) methods. The antioxidant activities were examined by comparing the results with that of ascorbic acid as a positive control. Sample 3 showed relatively higher DPPH radical-scavenging activities than other samples. The antioxidant activity by FIC method exhibited similar results as the DPPH radical-scavenging activities. On the other hand, sample 2 showed higher antioxidant activity measured by TBA method of all. The whitening effects of the samples were examined using mushroom tyrosinase and B16F10 melanoma cells. Sample 3 exhibited overall significant whitening effects, however, other samples showed relatively lower effects. These results suggest that the peat moss extract purified by a supercritical 2 could be used as a cosmetic ingredient for the anti-aging and whitening effects.
 Keywords
antioxidant activity;peat moss;supercritical 2;whitening effect;
 Language
Korean
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