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The Protective Effect of White and Red Radish as Hypoglycemic and Hypocholesterolemic Agents

@inproceedings{Magied2016ThePE,
  title={The Protective Effect of White and Red Radish as Hypoglycemic and Hypocholesterolemic Agents},
  author={Mona Mohamed Abdel Magied and A. M. Alian and Lobna Abdel Fattah and Mohamed Haerrdy and Marwa Taha Hussein},
  year={2016}
}
Radish, Raphanus Sativus L. (family: Brassicaceae) has been recognized since ancient times, roots and leaves are used for cooking and treatment of a wide variety ailments. White radish leaves (WRL), white radish roots (WRR) and red radish roots (RRR) were used in this study. Four major active compounds were identified by HPLC in the methanolic extracts of radish, those included catechin, ferulic, sinapic and coumaric acid. The edible parts of radish were used as hypoglycemic and… 

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