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-Glucosidase Inhibitory Substances Exploration Isolated from the Herb Extract
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Food Preservation
  • Volume 18, Issue 4,  2011, pp.620-625
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Food Preservation
  • DOI : 10.11002/kjfp.2011.18.4.620
 Title & Authors
-Glucosidase Inhibitory Substances Exploration Isolated from the Herb Extract
Choi, Gil-Yong; Han, Gab-Jo; Ha, Sang-Chul;
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 Abstract
This is a part of the study on the food materials that are effective for diabetes treatment and for use in the development of functional bread products. In this study, various commercially available Oriental medicines with the intestinal absorption enzyme called -glucosidase, which is known to be effective for diabetes treatment, were explored. According to the research results on the water and methanol in 200 kinds of Oriental medicines, which were separated by layer to investigate the inhibitory activity of -glucosidase, Astragalus membranaceus (70.9%) in the water layer and Pericaeta communissima (72.9%) in the MeOH layer showed a strong inhibitory effect of over 70%. Myristica fragrans (69%), Morus alba (66.9%), Schisandra chinensis (65%), Panax notoginsens (63.9%), Anthriscus sylvestris (62.9%), Asparagus cochinchinensis (62.1%), Erycibe obtusifolia (60.9%), Polygonum cuspidatum (60.7%), Atractylodes lancea (60.2%), and Perilla frutescens (60.2%) in the water layer, and Codonopsis pilosula (67.8%), Prunus persica batsch (67.6%), Sinomenium acutum (63.5%), and Malvae semen (61.6%) in the MeOH layer, showed a more than 60% inhibitory effect. Thirty one species, including Polygonatum sibiricum (59.8%), Medicata fementata (59.7%), Alisma canaliculatum (59.5%), Coix lacryma-jobi (59.2%), Asiasarum sieboldi (59.0%), and Bupleurum falcatum (53.0%), in the water layer, and 10 species [Quisqualis indica (58.8%), Lycium chinense (58.3%), Trichosanthes kirilowii (58.0%), Thuja orientalis (55.9%), Bombyx mori (55.6%), Gallus domesticus (55.4%), Aralia continentalis (55.3%), Cibotium barometz (52.7%), Euphorbia pekinensis (52.7%), and Dolichos lablab (52.5%)] in the MeOHlayer, showed a more than 50% inhibitory effect. Therefore, such materials are expected to be the basic materials that will be used for the development of functional materials for diabetes treatment.
 Keywords
-glucosidase;medicinal herb;diabetes;exploration;bread applied;
 Language
Korean
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