Development of antioxidant activity and pattern recognition of terminalia chebula retzius extracts and its fermented products

  title={Development of antioxidant activity and pattern recognition of terminalia chebula retzius extracts and its fermented products},
  author={Chia-lin Chang and Che-San Lin},
This study was to determine the difference of antioxidant activities between unfermented extracts and fermented products for Terminalia chebula Retzius, and to recognize antioxidative patterns. The methanol extract, water extract, 95 % ethanol extract, fermented product of dried powder at 25 °C and fermented product of residues after 95 % ethanol extraction at 37 °C showed good antioxidant activities based the scavenging effect on 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl radical (DPPH) assay and the… 

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