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Desmutagenic Effect of Water Extract from Areca catechu L. on the Mutagenicity of N-Methyl-N-Nitro-N`-Nitrosoguanidinein in E. coli PQ37
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Desmutagenic Effect of Water Extract from Areca catechu L. on the Mutagenicity of N-Methyl-N-Nitro-N`-Nitrosoguanidinein in E. coli PQ37
Wu, Wei Jie; Ahn, Byung-Yong;
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 Abstract
The desmutagenic activity of the water extract of Areca catechu L. on the mutagenicity induced by aflatoxin (), N-methyl-N-nitro-N`-nitrosoguani-dine (MNNG), mitomycin C (MMC) and 4-nitroquinoline 1-oxide (4-NQO) was studied by using the SOS Chromotest with Escherichia coli PQ37. The inhibition rates of water extract of Areca catechu L. at concentration of were 41.0%, 47%, 46%, and 32% against , MNNG, MMC and 4-NQO, respectively. The water extract of Areca catechu L. was separated into methanol soluble and methanol insoluble parts. The methanol insoluble part exhibited higher inhibition effect than the methanol soluble part against the mutagenic activities of MNNG. Step-wise fractionation of methanol insoluble part was done to obtain methanol, ethyl acetate and water fractions. Among these fractions, water fraction had the strongest inhibitory effect of 45.0% against mutagenicities of MNNG. The inhibition rates of aqueous fraction of methanol-insoluble from water extracted Areca catechu L. at concentrations of 1.61, 16.13, 161.29 and were 12.0%, 24.0%, 47.5% and 62.0%, respectively. The water fraction showed the inhibitory effects with dose response against the mutagenic activity induced by MNNG.
 Keywords
Areca catechu L. MNNG;SOS Chromotest;Desmutagenic Activity;
 Language
Korean
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