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Phytochemical screening , FTIR , GC-MS analysisof Isolated Bioactive compound ( Fisetin ) fromEthanolic fruit Extract of Fragaria xananassa and their Antioxidant activity

  title={Phytochemical screening , FTIR , GC-MS analysisof Isolated Bioactive compound ( Fisetin ) fromEthanolic fruit Extract of Fragaria xananassa and their Antioxidant activity},
  author={M. Panneerselvam and D. P. Devika},
This study was designed for isolation of bioactive flavonoid molecule Fisetin from Ethanolic fruit Extract of Fragaria xananassa. Crude extract of strawberry was prepared using ethanol. The ethanolicfruit extract wassubjected for photochemical analysis and theisolated compound was subjected to FT-IR, GC-MS and their free radical scavenging activity was studied.Then the characterization techniques confirmed that the isolated compound was found to be Fisetin. The free radical scavenging activity… Expand


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