In vitro Screening for Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, and Antidiabetic Properties of Some Korean Native Plants on Mt. Halla, Jeju Island

  title={In vitro Screening for Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, and Antidiabetic Properties of Some Korean Native Plants on Mt. Halla, Jeju Island},
  author={Tae Kyung Hyun and H. C. Kim and J. S. Kim},
  journal={Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences},
  pages={668 - 674}
  • T. HyunH. KimJ. Kim
  • Published 1 November 2015
  • Medicine
  • Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
In this study, Prunus padus, Lonicera caerulea, Berberis amurensis, and Ribes maximowiczianum, which are mainly distributed on Mt. Halla, Jeju Island, have been investigated for their antioxidant, antimicrobial, and antidiabetic activities. The methanol extracts of R. maximowiczianum leaves and P. padus branches exhibited significant and dose-dependent antioxidant activity including electron-donation ability and reducing power. To analyze the antimicrobial activity, each extract was tested by a… 

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