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In-vitro Antithrombosis Activity of Different Parts of Sorbus commixta from Ulleung Island
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  • Journal title : Journal of Life Science
  • Volume 26, Issue 3,  2016, pp.289-295
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Life Science
  • DOI : 10.5352/JLS.2016.26.3.289
 Title & Authors
In-vitro Antithrombosis Activity of Different Parts of Sorbus commixta from Ulleung Island
Kim, Mi-Sun; Seong, Ha-Jung; Sohn, Ho-Yong;
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 Abstract
Sorbus commixta, a flowering plant in the Rosaceae family, is native to Japan and Ulleung Island, Korea. This plant is also called maga-mok or mai-mok in Korea because the bud of the stem has a similar shape to the teeth of a horse. In this study, hot water extracts from different parts of S. commixta, such as leaf, stem, and immature and mature fruits, were prepared, and their antithrombosis and antioxidant activities were evaluated. The extraction yield and pH of stem extracts were 3.99% and 5.5, respectively. The stem extracts contained 89.2 mg/g of total polyphenols and 28.3 mg/g of total flavonoids. The hot water extracts prepared from the leaf, stem, immature, and mature fruit of S. commixta exhibited no hemolytic activity against human red blood cells, up to a concentration of 0.5 mg/ml. In an anticoagulation assay, the stem extracts showed strong extension in thrombin, prothrombin, and activated partial thromboplastin times, whereas the other extracts had no anticoagulation activity. In a platelet aggregation inhibitory activity assay, all the extracts tested had no inhibitory activity against human platelets. With regard to antioxidation activity, the stem extracts showed stronger radical scavenging activity and reducing power activity than the other extracts. The calculated RC50s, the concentration required for 50% radical scavenging activity, for DPPH anions, ABTS cations, and nitrite of the crude stem extracts were 119.7, 53.3, and 117.5 μg/ml, respectively, whereas they were 13.7, 5.2, and 14.9 μg/ml for DPPH anions, ABTS cations, and nitrite, respectively, for vitamin C. The results suggest that the stem extracts of S. commixta have strong potential for use as a novel resource for antithrombosis agents.
 Keywords
Anticoagulation;anti-platelet aggregation;Sorbus commixta;stem extracts;Ulleungdo;
 Language
Korean
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