Bouhlali, E.T. and Sellam, K. and Bammou, M. and Alem, C. and Filali-Zehzouti, Y. (2016) In vitro antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of selected moroccan medicinal plants. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 6 (5). pp. 156-162.

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Abstract

The aim of the present study was to examine the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of three Moroccan ethno medicinally important plants. The antioxidant activity was performed using β-Carotene bleaching assay, DPPH, ABTS and Ferric reducing assays. In vitro anti-inflammatory assays was also studied through the evaluation of membrane stabilization potential and inhibition of protein denaturation. Results revealed that Lawsonia inermis L leaves extract had significantly higher phenolics-content (5.23 g GAE/100g DW) and exhibited the highest antioxidant activity based on DPPH (IC50 = 18.26 μg/mL). The highest flavonoids content was found in Rosa damascena. L flower (3.97 RE/100g DW) which shows the highest antioxidant activity based on ABTS (30.39 mmol TE/100g DW), FRAP (38.54 mmol TE/100gDW) and β-Carotene bleaching assay (IC50 = 56.33 μg/mL). Concerning the anti-inflammatory potency, the highest membrane stabilization effect was found in Rosa damascena. L flower (IC50 = 125.02 μg/mL) and the highest anti-denaturation of protein effect was found in Lawsonia inermis L leaves extract (IC50 = 103.21 μg/mL). Consequently, to conclude flavonoids and related phenolics present in studied plant materials may possibly be responsible for the important anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities. © 2016 Eimad dine Tariq BOUHLALI et al.

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Subjects: Medicine
Divisions: SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION > Medicine
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URI: http://eprints.umi.ac.ma/id/eprint/4313

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