Detection of Rutin, Kaepferol, and Quercetin based Crude from Corn Silk and Studying their Effects on the Inhibition of Pure Urease Enzyme and Urease of Klebsiella Species

@article{Ismael2017DetectionOR,
  title={Detection of Rutin, Kaepferol, and Quercetin based Crude from Corn Silk and Studying their Effects on the Inhibition of Pure Urease Enzyme and Urease of Klebsiella Species},
  author={Rafah H. Ismael and Salman A. Ahmed and Suhad Saad Mahmoud},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={2676-2685}
}
Corn silk is a long, weak, and shiny fibers at the top of corn's ear (1). Traditionally, it is used for making tea as a healthy and medical drink in Asian communities especially in China (2). Recently, corn silk becomes very important in drugs development, because of its bioactive constituents which include oxidant prevention agent limits, anti-diabetic activity anti-proliferative effects diuretic activity anticoagulant activity, antifungal, anti-fatigue, and treating obesity (3). 

Bioactive compounds of corn silk and their role in management of glycaemic response

There is a lack of a homogenized database on the hypoglycemic properties of corn silk thus the present review attempts to critically analyse it and provide specific recommendations of its doses.

Phytochemical Composition: Antioxidant Potential and Biological Activities of Corn

Corn seeds are used as a nutritional source for humans, and the stem and leaves are utilized as fodder for cattle throughout the world. Corn silk and corn cob are usu ally discarded as waste. This

Detection of Rutin, Kaepferol, and Quercetin based Crude from Corn Silk and Studying their Effects on the Inhibition of Pure Urease Enzyme and Urease of Klebsiella Species

Corn silk is a long, weak, and shiny fibers at the top of corn's ear (1). Traditionally, it is used for making tea as a healthy and medical drink in Asian communities especially in China (2).

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