Protein glycation inhibitory and antioxidative activities of some plant extracts in vitro.

@article{Kim2003ProteinGI,
  title={Protein glycation inhibitory and antioxidative activities of some plant extracts in vitro.},
  author={Hye Young Kim and Kyong Sil Kim},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={51 6},
  pages={1586-91}
}
The protein glycation inhibitory activity of aqueous ethanolic extracts from 25 plant tissues was evaluated in vitro using the model system of bovine serum albumin and fructose. The most bioactive plant tissue was Allium cepa (skin), followed by Illicium religiosum (bark and wood), Fagopyrum esculentum (hull), Origanum officinalis (leaf), Rosmarinus officinalis (leaf), Pyrus pyrifolia (bark),Acanthopanax senticosus (bark), Eugenia caryophllata (leaf), and Erigeron annuus (whole). The extracts… CONTINUE READING