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“…* %FRS = free-radical scavenging percentage (*antioxidant activity evaluated by the method of DPPH free-radical scavenging, with the final concentration equivalent to 250 µg/mL of extract). According Sousa et al (2007), the phenolic compounds are distributed in the following categories: Simple phenolics, phenolic acids (benzoic and cinnamic acid derivatives), coumarins, flavonoids, hydrolysable and condensed tannins, stilbenes, lignans, and lignins. They have the ability to inhibit lipid peroxidation and lipoxygenase in vitro.…”
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“…* %FRS = free-radical scavenging percentage (*antioxidant activity evaluated by the method of DPPH free-radical scavenging, with the final concentration equivalent to 250 µg/mL of extract). According Sousa et al (2007), the phenolic compounds are distributed in the following categories: Simple phenolics, phenolic acids (benzoic and cinnamic acid derivatives), coumarins, flavonoids, hydrolysable and condensed tannins, stilbenes, lignans, and lignins. They have the ability to inhibit lipid peroxidation and lipoxygenase in vitro.…”
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“…Em estudo realizado por Sousa et al (2007), foi demonstrado que os extratos de plantas medicinais e o ácido gálico, usado para comparação, apresentaram capacidade em sequestrar o radical DPPH, obtendo-se, assim, atividades antioxidantes que variaram de 10 a 91% para os extratos de plantas medicinais, e o ácido gálico obteve 94,84%.…”
Section: Rendimento Dos Extratos De Sementes De Limãounclassified
“…Some substances naturally occurring in vegetal extracts are capable of absorbing ultraviolet radiation via chromophoric molecules associated with antioxidant activity (Sousa et al, 2007).…”
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