Published December 7, 1990
by John Wiley & Sons .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||254|
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Chapter 18 (Page no: ) Methodologies for extraction, isolation, characterization and quantification of bioactive compounds. The main characteirstics of the most commonly used assays for the quantification of total bioactives: oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC), Trolox equivalence antioxidant capacity (TEAC), ferric ion reducing antioxidant power (FRAP), the 2,2-diphenyl There is a trend for synthetics to replace natural compounds in Prescription and Over the Counter (OTC) Pharmaceuticals. Today, ephedrine, salicylates, vitamins, and xanthines are mostly synthetic and steroids are often semi synthetic. While agreeing. ACS Symposium Series All Publications/Website. Carnosol from Rosemary Suppresses Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase through Down-Regulating NF κB in Murine Macrophages. Jen-Kun Lin, Ai-Hsiang Lo, Chi-Tang Ho, and Chap DOI: /bkch Publication Date . Far from being outdated or irrelevant to the search for valuable natural compounds, the field of ethnobotany continues to offer invaluable experience with both useful plants and the management of natural resources, and can contribute significantly to the creation of effective conservation initiatives in both indigenous and industrial cultures.
Bioactive compounds from Piper species have played a substantial role as therapeutic agents in drug discovery (Barh et al., ).Piperaceae is a family of plants that contain valuable natural compounds. It comprises the genera Macropiper, Zippelia, Piper, Peperomia and Manekia (Nascimento et al., ).The genus Piper consists of species growing in various parts of the world (Parmar et . Select ion of ou r books inde xed in the Boo k Ci tation I ndex. bioactive plant extracts. International Traditional methods for bioactive compounds extraction are . Naturally occurring bioactive compounds 42 Muller-Riebau F, Berger B, Yegen O. () Chemical composition and fungitoxic properties to phytopathogenic fungi of essential oils of selected aromatic. Barz W, Bless W, Börger-Papendorf G, Gunia W, Mackenbrock U, Meier D, Otto Ch, Süper E (b) In: Bioactive Compounds from Plants, Ciba Foundation Symposium No. , Wiley, Google Scholar.