Study on Extract Methodology of Total Flavonoids from Ginger and Hydroxyl Radicals Scavenging Effect
American Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2017, Pages: 7-16
Received: Sep. 8, 2016; Accepted: Dec. 7, 2016; Published: Jan. 7, 2017
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Li Huiduan, Department of Chemistry and Life Science, Chuxiong Normal University, Chuxiong, P. R. China
Yu Jianzhong, Department of Chemistry and Life Science, Chuxiong Normal University, Chuxiong, P. R. China
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Abstract
Extract methodology of total flavonoids from ginger and hydroxyl radicals scavenging effect, were researched in this paper. Methanol concentration, solid-liquid ratio, extraction temperature and time were determined as four single-factor in the experiment. The central points of Box-Benhnken design were selected according to the experimental results of single-factor experiment, the extract process was further optimized by RSM and BBD. The optimum extract conditions were methanol concentration of 60%, solid-liquid ratio of 3:30 (g:mL), extraction temperature of 60°C and time of 3 h, The maximum experimental extraction ratio was 0.497% by RSM. The experimental extraction ratio matched well with the theoretical value of 0.538% by solving the multiple regression equation. RSM has been proved to be an effective technique for optimization of extraction process and the fitted quadratic model has a predictive effect on target extracts. The scavenging effect of ginger extracts, BHT and L-ascorbic acid on•OH with the same concentration were sorted by L-ascorbic acid > ginger extract > BHT, and all the three antioxidant regents displayed a significant dose-effect relationship.
Keywords
Extract Methodology, Total Flavonoids, Ginger, Extraction Ratio, Response Surface Methodology, Hydroxyl Radicals Scavenging Effect
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Li Huiduan, Yu Jianzhong, Study on Extract Methodology of Total Flavonoids from Ginger and Hydroxyl Radicals Scavenging Effect, American Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017, pp. 7-16. doi: 10.11648/j.ajcbe.20170101.12
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