Evaluation of Scavenger Properties of some Flavonoidic Vegetal Extracts Obtained from Crataegus monogyna Jacq.
|Periodical||Key Engineering Materials (Volume 415)|
|Main Theme||Electrochemistry and physical chemical methods in serving materials for sustainable development|
|Edited by||Daniela Ionita|
|Citation||Cornelia Nichita et al., 2009, Key Engineering Materials, 415, 41|
|Online since||September, 2009|
|Authors||Cornelia Nichita, Georgeta Neagu, Virginia Vulturescu, Lucia Pirvu, Nicoleta Maria Badea, Radu Albulescu, Maria Giurginca|
|Keywords||Antioxidant, Chemiluminescence, Flavonoid, Scavenger Properties, Vegetal Extracts|
The scavenger properties of some flavonoidic vegetal extracts obtained from Crataegus monogyna Jacq have been studied using the chemiluminescence technique and ex vivo lipid peroxidation assay. A correlation between antioxidant activity and phenolic/flavonoidic content was observed for all the seven extracts, and a parallel behaviour with the antioxidant activity determinated by ex vivo lipid peroxidation assay and in vitro chemiluminescence tests was also noted.