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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish ... The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (us

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish ...

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29 ...

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish ...

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29 ...

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Antioxidant compounds from banana (Musa Cavendish ...

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC ...

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish ...

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel extract, which showed strong antioxidant activity. Gallocatechin was more abundant in peel (158 mg/100 g dry wt.) than in pulp (29.6 mg/100 g dry wt.).

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish)

Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) [2002] Someya, Shinichi; Yoshiki, Yumiko; Okubo, Kazuyoshi; Access the full text

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Someya S., Yoshiki Y. and Okubo K. "Antioxidant compounds ...

Someya S., Yoshiki Y. and Okubo K. "Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish)", Food Chem., 79: 351-354, 2002. has been cited by the following article: Article. The Radioprotective and Anticancer Effects of Banana Peels Extract on Male Mice. Amaal M. Kamal 1, Mervat S. Taha 1, Amr M. Mousa 1,

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S. Someya, Y. Yoshiki and K. Okubo, “Antioxidant Compounds ...

Article citations More>>. S. Someya, Y. Yoshiki and K. Okubo, “Antioxidant Compounds from Bananas (Musa cavendish),” Food Chemistry, Vol. 79, No. 3, 2002, pp. 351 ...

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Someya, S., Yoshiki, Y., Okubo, K. “Antioxidant compounds ...

Someya, S., Yoshiki, Y., Okubo, K. “Antioxidant compounds from banana (Musa cavendish).” Food Chem. 79, 351-354. 2002. has been cited by the following article: Article. The Effect of in Vitro Digestion on the Structural, Morphologic Characteristics and Fermentability of Raw Banana Starch.

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Antioxidant Compounds From Bananas (Musa Cavendish ...

Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) Shinichi Someyaa,*, Yumiko Yoshikib, Kazuyoshi Okubob b a R&D Department, Marine Bio Co. Ltd., 1 Kitanorimonocho Kanda, Chiyodaku, Tokyo 101-0036, Japan Laboratory of Biostructural Chemistry, Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University, 1-1 Tsutsumidori Amamiyamachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai ...

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish)

The antioxidant compounds from commercial bananas, Musa Cavendish, were studied. One of the antioxidants, gallocatechin, was identified in the banana. The gallocatechin was isolated (using HPLC) from the banana peel ...

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Antioxidant Compounds From Bananas (Musa Cavendish ...

Antioxidant compounds from bananas (Musa Cavendish) Shinichi Someyaa,*, Yumiko Yoshikib, Kazuyoshi Okubob b a R&D Department, Marine Bio Co. Ltd., 1 Kitanorimonocho Kanda, Chiyodaku, Tokyo 101-0036, Japan Laboratory of Biostructural Chemistry, Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University, 1-1 Tsutsumidori Amamiyamachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai ...

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Someya, S., Yoshiki, Y., Okubo, K. “Antioxidant compounds ...

Someya, S., Yoshiki, Y., Okubo, K. “Antioxidant compounds from banana (Musa cavendish).” Food Chem. 79, 351-354. 2002. has been cited by the following article: Article. The Effect of in Vitro Digestion on the Structural, Morphologic Characteristics and Fermentability of Raw Banana Starch.

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas(Musa Cavendish ...

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Encapsulation of Natural Antioxidant Compounds from ...

The natural antioxidant obtained from both pulp and peel of culinary banana at various concentrations was encapsulated by cocrystallization in supersaturated sucrose solution. The encapsulated cocrystals led to higher entrapment yield of 75–80% in all samples.

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Antioxidant properties of isolated compounds from banana ...

The isolated compounds namely 4-epicyclomusalenone, cycloeucalenol acetate and chlorogenic acid have demonstrated their antioxidant properties in different in vitro assay models. The present study indicated that the vast quantity of banana rhizome which was incinerated could be a potential source of …

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Antioxidant Properties of Isolated Compounds from Banana ...

The isolated compounds namely 4‐epicyclomusalenone, cycloeucalenol acetate and chlorogenic acid have demonstrated their antioxidant properties in different in vitro assay models. The present study indicated that the vast quantity of banana rhizome which was incinerated could be a potential source of natural antioxidant compounds.

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Antioxidant Properties of Isolated Compounds from Banana ...

Practical Application. The isolated compounds namely 4‐epicyclomusalenone, cycloeucalenol acetate and chlorogenic acid have demonstrated their antioxidant properties in different in vitro assay models. The present study indicated that the vast quantity of banana rhizome which was incinerated could be a potential source of natural antioxidant compounds.

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Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles from Cavendish banana ...

on (Arawande and Komolafe 2010). Banana peel, an un-derutilized source of phenolic compounds, is considered a good source of antioxidants for foods and functional foods against cancer and heart disease (Someya et al. 2002). The peel of the fruit contains various antioxidant compounds, such as gallocatechin (Someya et al. 2002) and dopamine

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Antioxidant compounds from bananas(Musa Cavendish ...

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Antioxidant Properties of Isolated Compounds from Banana ...

The isolated compounds namely 4‐epicyclomusalenone, cycloeucalenol acetate and chlorogenic acid have demonstrated their antioxidant properties in different in vitro assay models. The present study indicated that the vast quantity of banana rhizome which was incinerated could be a potential source of natural antioxidant compounds.

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Antioxidant Properties of Isolated Compounds from Banana ...

The isolated compounds namely 4‐epicyclomusalenone, cycloeucalenol acetate and chlorogenic acid have demonstrated their antioxidant properties in different in vitro assay models. The present study indicated that the vast quantity of banana rhizome which was incinerated could be a potential source of natural antioxidant compounds.

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Nutritional value and antioxidant compounds during the ...

Genotypes of bananas and plantains have been studied for biofortification purposes, mainly due to content of resistant starch (RS) and polyphenols. This study aims to identify banana and plantain genotypes with a high content of resistant starch, phenolic compounds and minerals, and to evaluate the …

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PRIME PubMed | Nutritional value and antioxidant compounds ...

Genotypes of bananas and plantains have been studied for biofortification purposes, mainly due to content of resistant starch (RS) and polyphenols. This study aims to identify banana and plantain genotypes with a high content of resistant starch, phenolic compounds and minerals, and to evaluate the impact of the ripening stage and domestic thermal processing to select superior genotypes with ...

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Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles from Cavendish banana ...

on (Arawande and Komolafe 2010). Banana peel, an un-derutilized source of phenolic compounds, is considered a good source of antioxidants for foods and functional foods against cancer and heart disease (Someya et al. 2002). The peel of the fruit contains various antioxidant compounds, such as gallocatechin (Someya et al. 2002) and dopamine

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Assaying the Antioxidant Activity of Banana Peel ...

Extraction: The peel tissue of various types of fresh banana fruit (300 g) at green with the trace of yellow stage were selected and was cut into pieces and then heated in 1 L of distilled water for 2 min for the protein coagulation. The peel was homogenized and extracted with 70% acetone, filtered and concentrated to 200 mL. Followed by partitioned into chloroform (CHCl 3) and H 2 0, then ...

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Antioxidant Properties of Three Banana Cultivars Musa ...

The effect of solvent type in antioxidant compounds extraction from banana tissues was studied. The solvent system used was pure methanol, ethanol, acetone and their aqueous solution at 50% and 70% concentrations. Comparison among three common cultivars of banana in Malaysia (Berangan, Mas and Raja) had been done and their antioxidant activities

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Metabolism of bioactive compounds and antioxidant activity ...

The fruits were analyzed according to physical parameters: weight, texture, and diameter of the fruits; as well as physicochemical parameters: pH, titratable acidity, soluble solids, and Ratio; and also, biochemical parameters: total sugars, phenolic compounds, ascorbic acid, pigments, antioxidant activity by DPPH and FRAP methods.

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Maximising recovery of phenolic compounds and antioxidant ...

Banana peel is rich in phenolic compounds and is generally considered as waste. This study aimed to maximise recovery of phenolics from banana peel using water via microwave assisted extraction. The impact of various parameters including pH of solvent, sample to solvent ratio, irradiation time with/without cooling periods, and irradiation power were investigated individually. Following this ...

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