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Evaluation on bioactivities of total flavonoids from Lavandula angustifolia.

  title={Evaluation on bioactivities of total flavonoids from Lavandula angustifolia.},
  author={Jun Zhao and Fang-Fei Xu and Hua Huang and Tengfei Ji and Chenyang Li and Wei Tan and Yan Chen and Long Ma},
  journal={Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  volume={28 4},
Lavandula angustifolia was used to treat flus and fevers, joint swelling and pain in Uighur medicine. This study aimed to investigate antioxidant, antit anti-inflammatory and antalgic noids content (530.1mg/g rutin/g dry extract) with stronger DPPH scavenging abilities and reduciactivities of total flavonoids from Lavandula angustifolia (LTF). Results indicated that LTF possesses the highest total flavong power. Some flavonoids separated from LTF, and their DPPH scavenging abilities as follows… 

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