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Evaluation of Antioxidant Chemiluminescence of Isolated Compoundsfrom the Bark of Shorea Bracteolate

@inproceedings{Izan2013EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of Antioxidant Chemiluminescence of Isolated Compoundsfrom the Bark of Shorea Bracteolate},
  author={N. N. Izan and N. Ahmat and Y. M. Syah and Y. Takaya and Z. Shameeri and W. Zain.},
  year={2013}
}
Shorea species is the largest subfamily of Dipterocarpaceae and are the source of resveratrol oligomers (oligostilbene), sesquiterpenes and triterpenes. Shorea bracteolate also called white meranti is locally known as “Meranti Pa’ang” and is widely distributed in Sumatera, Peninsular Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapura. The tree is up to 50m in height and the timber is light hardwood. The study was undertaken to extract and isolate the chemical constituents from the stembark of Shorea species… Expand