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Phenolic Acid Composition and Antioxidative Activity of Chestnut Endoderm
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  • Journal title : Applied Biological Chemistry
  • Volume 45, Issue 3,  2002, pp.162-167
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for Applied Biological Chemisty
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Phenolic Acid Composition and Antioxidative Activity of Chestnut Endoderm
Kim, Young-Chan; Kim, Mi-Yeon; Chung, Shin-Kyo;
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Free, soluble esterified and insoluble bounded phenolic acids were separated from Eungi chestnut endoderm. The composition and contents of phenolic acid were analyzed by gas chromatography, and their antioxidant activity was examined by DPPH assay, 2-deoxyribose oxidation, and ferric thiocyanate method. Gallic, ellagic, salicylic, and gentisic acids in free phenolic acid fraction, gallic, ellagic, and protocatechuic acids in soluble esterified fraction, sianpic and gentisic acids were the major phenolic acids in insoluble bounded fraction. Marked differences were observed in the phenolic acid composition and contents among the fractions. Free phenolic acid fraction showed the strongest antioxidant activity. Results revealed chestnut endoderm could be a potential antioxidant source containing gallic and ellagic acids.
chestnut endoderm;phenolic acid composition;antioxidative activity;
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