Fractionation of Labisia Pumila using Solid-Phase Extraction for Extraction of Gallic Acid

@inproceedings{Abdah2014FractionationOL,
  title={Fractionation of Labisia Pumila using Solid-Phase Extraction for Extraction of Gallic Acid},
  author={Siti Nadiah Mohd Abdah and M. Sarmidi and H. Yaakob and I. Ware},
  year={2014}
}
Phenolics are the most ample secondary metabolites of plants and have drawn increasing attention in their applications in health supplement and functional cosmetic. This is due to their strong antioxidant properties and their marked effects in the inhibition of several oxidative stress associated metabolic disorder such as cancer and aging. In Labisia pumila, gallic acid (3,4,5-Trihydroxybenzoic acid) was found to be one of the most abundant secondary metabolite. It has been proposed as a… Expand
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