Comparision of SOD Activity and Phenolic Compound Contents in Various Korean Medicinal Plants

한국산 약용식물로부터의 SOD활성 및 Phenolic Compounds 함량 비교

  • Lim, Jung-Dae (College of Agriculture & Life Sci., Kangwon Natl. Univ.) ;
  • Yu, Chang-Yeon (College of Agriculture & Life Sci., Kangwon Natl. Univ.) ;
  • Kim, Myong-Jo (College of Agriculture & Life Sci., Kangwon Natl. Univ.) ;
  • Yun, Song-Joong (Division of Biological Resources Sci., Chonbuk Natl. Univ.) ;
  • Lee, Sun-Ju (College of Life and Environment Sci., Konkuk Univ.) ;
  • Kim, Na-Young (Department of Food & Nutrition, Kyung Hee Univ.) ;
  • Chung, Ill-Min (College of Life and Environment Sci., Konkuk Univ.)
  • 임정대 (강원대학교 농생대 식물응용과학부) ;
  • 유창연 (강원대학교 농생대 식물응용과학부) ;
  • 김명조 (강원대학교 농생대 식물응용과학부) ;
  • 윤성중 (전북대학교 생물자원과학부) ;
  • 이선주 (건국대학교 생명환경과학대학) ;
  • 김나영 (경희대학교 식품영양학과) ;
  • 정일민 (건국대학교 생명환경과학대학)
  • Published : 2004.06.30

Abstract

82 species of Korean medicinal plants were measured to their SOD (superoxide dismutase) activity, total phenol and individual phenol compounds. The SOD activity of medicinal plants was varied from 3.67% to 48.3%, and especially, 4 species including Polygala tenuifolia Willd. showed activity over 40% higher than other species. The 16 individual phenol compounds concentrations have a severe variation in medicinal plants. Codonopsis lanceolata is the highest concentration $(12,176\;{\mu}g/g)$, and 10 species including Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisch were showed to concentrations more than $1,000\;{\mu}g/g$. And also, salicylic acid was generally found in many plants, but trans-cinnamic acid, naringenin and kampferol was little found in plants. The total phenol by Folin-Dennis methods showed a respectively variation $(3{\sim}249.731\;{\mu}g/g)$ in 82 medicinal plants, and 7 species including Astragalus membranaceus showed low total phenol concentrations less than $10\;{\mu}g/g$. In conclusion, we expect that selecting medicinal plants with high biological activity might develop to chemicals related to antioxidants, as well as these become most popular substance at many industrial materials, and suggest to more researchs in future.

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