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The assessment of the antioxidant status of medicinal plants from the collection of the botanical garden of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad)

Author Chupakhina G., Maslennikov P., Skrypnik L., Maltseva Ye., Poltavskaya R.
Pages 17-23
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Keywords antioxidants, phenolic compounds, ascorbic acid, medicinal plants, crude drug.
Abstract (summary) This article analyses the content of phenolic antioxidants and ascorbic acid in medicinal plants of 66 species from 31 families. The study identified palnt species with a maximum content of biologically active compounds (phenolic antioxidants and ascorbic acid) and high antioxidant activity. These plants can be used as a basis for the creation of innovative functional food products
that have high antioxidant activity.
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