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Further in vitro evaluation of antiradical and antimicrobial activities of phytol
The antiradical activity of phytol was evaluated by electron paramagnetic resonance towards hydroxyl radical (√OH), superoxide anion radical (), methoxy radical (√CH2OH), carbon-dioxide anion radicalExpand
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Potential antioxidant activity of the moss Bryum moravicum
A limited number of mosses has ever been studied regarding antioxidant activity among which only a few are European species. As a part of our ongoing screening of new promising bryophyte resources ofExpand
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A comparative overview of antioxidative properties and phenolic profiles of different fungal origins: fruiting bodies and submerged cultures of Coprinus comatus and Coprinellus truncorum
Bioactive properties of fungi considerably differ between the fruiting body (FB) and the submerged culture as regards mycelia (M) and the fermentation broth (F). Antioxidant properties of hot-waterExpand
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An insight into the cytotoxic activity of phytol at in vitro conditions
The cytotoxicity of the diterpene alcohol, phytol, was evaluated by using the MTT assay in vitro against seven tumour cells and one normal cell of human origin. The compound tested inducedExpand
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In vitro anti-quorum sensing activity of phytol
Anti-quorum sensing activity of the diterpene phytol was evaluated in vitro for the first time. This compound (at three sub-MIC concentrations – 0.5, 0.25 and 0.125 MIC, respectively) reduced theExpand
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The lignicolous fungus Trametes versicolor (L.) Lloyd (1920): a promising natural source of antiradical and AChE inhibitory agents
Abstract This study aimed to determine antiradical (DPPH• and •OH) and acetylcholinesterase (AChE) inhibitory activities along with chemical composition of autochtonous fungal species TrametesExpand
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Impact of vinification procedure on fruit wine inhibitory activity against α-glucosidase
Abstract α-Glucosidase inhibitory activity (AGL) of fruit wine samples made from blueberry, black chokeberry, blackberry, raspberry and sour cherry cultivars grown in Serbia was studied using anExpand
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Sugar composition of the moss Rhodobryum ontariense (Kindb.) Kindb.
Although the second biggest terrestrial group of plants, bryophytes remain poorly known chemically compared to the angiosperms. In this article, the sugars of the moss Rhodobryum ontariense, anExpand
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Further insight into the bioactivity of the freshwater sponge Ochridaspongia rotunda
Abstract Context: Bioprospection has become a dynamic scientific field that explores novel possibilities for the implementation of natural products in medicine and pharmacy. Compared to marineExpand
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