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ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL AND FREE RADICALS SCAVENGING ACTIVITY BY POD EXTRACTS OF ACACIA SENEGAL WILLD

@inproceedings{Pal2012ANTIOXIDANTPA,
  title={ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL AND FREE RADICALS SCAVENGING ACTIVITY BY POD EXTRACTS OF ACACIA SENEGAL WILLD},
  author={Rishi Pal and Mangal Sain Hooda and Anil Bhandari and Janardhan Singh},
  year={2012}
}
Acacia Senegal Willd (Leguminosae), known as Arabic gum tree. Its mature pods with seeds were extracted using solvents of different polarities and explored for in-vitro free radical scavenging activity. Preliminary assays of both extracts of Acacia Senegal pod scavenges 1,1diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl stable free radicals in concentration dependent manner. All studied extracts possess electron donating ability and reduce ferric ion to ferrous in a cell free system at pH-7.4. It has also been found… 

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