Phenolic components , antioxidant activity , and mineral analysis of Capparis spinosa L

  title={Phenolic components , antioxidant activity , and mineral analysis of Capparis spinosa L},
  author={Rezzan Aliyazicioğlu and Ozan Emre Eyupoglu and Huseyin Alparslan Sahin and Oktay Yildiz and Nimet Baltaş},
In addition to being consumed as food, caper (Capparis spinosa L.) fruits are also used in folk medicine to treat inflammatory disorders, such as rheumatism. C. spinosa L. is rich in phenolic compounds, making it increasingly popular because of its components’ potential benefits to human health. We analyzed a number of individual phenolic compounds and investigated in vitro biological activities of C. spinosa L. Sixteen phenolic constituents were identified using reverse phase-high performance… CONTINUE READING


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