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Comparative Antioxidant Activity of Twenty Traditional Indian Medicinal Plants and its Correlation with Total Flavonoid and Phenolic Content

@inproceedings{Chaudhari2015ComparativeAA,
  title={Comparative Antioxidant Activity of Twenty Traditional Indian Medicinal Plants and its Correlation with Total Flavonoid and Phenolic Content},
  author={G. Chaudhari and R. Mahajan},
  year={2015}
}
  • G. Chaudhari, R. Mahajan
  • Published 2015
  • Chemistry
  • In nature, plants have capacity to synthesize various secondary metabolites like alkaloids, steroids, terpenoids, lignin, tannins, phenolic compounds and flavonoids for their defense purpose and benefited to humans. Naturally occurring phenolic compounds and flavonoids have high potential as antioxidant principle to restore, conserve and repair cellular damage. Cellular damage caused by reactive oxygen species (ROS) has been implicated in several diseases, and hence natural antioxidants have… CONTINUE READING
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