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Antioxidant and digestive enzyme inhibitory effects of Eisenia bicyclis extracted by different methods
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Food Preservation
  • Volume 23, Issue 1,  2016, pp.97-103
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Food Preservation
  • DOI : 10.11002/kjfp.2016.23.1.97
 Title & Authors
Antioxidant and digestive enzyme inhibitory effects of Eisenia bicyclis extracted by different methods
Kim, Jin-Hak; Park, La Young; Lee, Shin-Ho;
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 Abstract
The antioxidant and digestive enzyme inhibitory effects of Eisenia bicyclis extracted by various extraction methods (RE, reflux extraction; SE, ultrasonification extraction; AE, autoclave extraction; LE, low-temperature high-pressure extraction) were investigated. The extraction yield (55.21%) and the laminarin (39.03%), fucoidan (24.75%), total polyphenol (115.68 mg GAE/g) and flavonoid (36.67 mg RHE/g) contents of AE were higher than those in other methods. The DPPH radical (86.60%, 500 mg%), ABTS radical (58.56%, 25 mg%), nitrite (86.38%, 100 mg%) scavenging activities of the Eisenia bicyclis extracted by AE were higher than those of Eisenia bicyclis extracted by other methods. The ABTS radical and nitrite scavenging activities were above 98% in all tested Eisenia bicyclis extracts and these activities were dependent on its concentration. The inhibitory effects of AE against amylase (50 mg%) and -glucosidase (5 mg%) were 64.76% and 86.71%, respectively. The AE showed the best inhibitory effect of Eisenia bicyclis extracts (50 mg%) against trypsin (24.37%) and -chymotrypsin (49.05%), respectively. These results suggest that Eisenia bicyclis extracted by AE can be used as a bioactive and functional material in the food industry.
 Keywords
Eisenia bicyclis;antioxidant;digestive enzyme;extraction method;
 Language
Korean
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