Determination of major bioactive compounds from olive leaf

  title={Determination of major bioactive compounds from olive leaf},
  author={{\'A}ngeles Guinda and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Castellanoa and Jos{\'e} Manuel Santos-Lozanobc and Teresa Delgado-Herv{\'a}sa and Pilar Guti{\'e}rrez-Ad{\'a}neza and Mirela Radaa},
  • Ángeles Guinda, José María Castellanoa, +3 authors Mirela Radaa
  • Published 2015
Olive leaves are an agricultural residue resulting from the pruning of olive trees that may be considered an available industrial byproduct. The olive tree is biochemically characterized for the presence of secoiridoids, carbohydrates, sugar alcohols, and terpenoids. Oleuropein, especially abundant in the olive leaves (up to 14% DW), have the greatest biological interest. The polyalcohol mannitol, which represents approx. a 3% of the leaf dry weight, has been used by the food and pharmaceutical… CONTINUE READING
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