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  July-September 2019 | Vol 15 | Issue  64
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The antioxidant paradox
Ashok Kumar Tiwari
Introduction Natural plant-based manures and composts were the main fertilizers to enhance agricultural farm food production and keep the health of farm soil intact till the early 19...
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Pterodon emarginatus hydroalcoholic extract: Antioxidant and photoprotective activities, noncytotoxic effect, and perspective of obtaining formulations with photochemoprotective activity
Wannessa Lenyse Rocha de Carvalho, Larissa Ceres Moreira, Marize Campos Valadares, Danielle Guimaraes A. Diniz, Maria Teresa Freitas Bara
Background: Pterodon emarginatus fruits have phenolic compounds that may be related to photoprotective and antioxidant activities. Objective: This study aims to investigate the ...
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Optimization of ultrasound-assisted extraction of L-ascorbic acid from Adansonia digitata (Linn.) and evaluation of its antityrosinase activity
Hussein Zeitoun, Sabine Lone, Dominique Salameh, Roger Lteif
Background: Adansonia digitata (Linn.) is a widely distributed tree and its edible fruit pulp is well known to have L-ascorbic acid (AA) in high amounts. AA is essential for collagen b...
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