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ANTIOXIDANT AND FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY
Extracts of 4 medicinal and aromatic plants were investigated for their antioxidant potency employing six various established in vitro system: H. officinalis L. var. angustifolius aerial parts, C.…
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Antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity of H. officinalis L. var. angustifolius, V. odorata, B. hyrcana and C. speciosum.
- M. Ebrahimzadeh, S. Nabavi, S. Nabavi, F. Bahramian, A. Bekhradnia
- Chemistry, MedicinePakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The data obtained in the in vitro models clearly establish the antioxidant potency of all extracts, which exhibited very low and moderate concentration-dependent antioxidant activity in FTC methods.