Fractionation , Identification and Biological activities of Egyptian Citrus Peel Extracts

@inproceedings{ElSayed2012FractionationI,
  title={Fractionation , Identification and Biological activities of Egyptian Citrus Peel Extracts},
  author={El-Sayed and Shehata},
  year={2012}
}
Citrus processing by-products represent a rich source of natural occurring flavonoids (hesperidin) and polymethoxylated flavones (nobiletin and tangeritin) which have been of intense interest for their pharmacological properties. Little attention has been given to the isolation of these flavonoids in peel and to the possibility of recovering flavonoids from other citrus peel by-products. Orange peels powder were extracted successively with cold and hot water, ethyl alcohol 95% and 50… CONTINUE READING

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