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DPPH-radical Scavenging Constituents from the Twigs of Messerschmidia argentea(3)

@inproceedings{Ogihara2002DPPHradicalSC,
  title={DPPH-radical Scavenging Constituents from the Twigs of Messerschmidia argentea(3)},
  author={Kazuhito Ogihara and Risa Nakazato and Yuka Nishi and Matsutake Higa and Seiichi Yogi and 荻原 和仁 and 比嘉 松武 and 与儀 誠一},
  year={2002}
}
Five aromatic compounds possessing DPPH-radical scavenging activity were iso lated from a water extract of the twigs of Messerschmidia argentea. These com pounds were identified as rosmarinic acid and its methyl ester, cafferic acid and its methyl ester, and 3-(3', 4'-dihydroxyphenyl)lactic acid, respectively. Introduction Messerschmidia argentea (Japanese name: Monpanoki) is a small tree with large inverted-ovate leaves found on shores of Okinawa Islands. We previously reported the iso lation… 

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