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The stimulatory substances in the roots were extracted with 80 % MeOH solution, and then fractionated by flash chromatograph (Fuji Silysia Chemical Ltd.
Legend: DCM = dichloromethane; HEX = hexane; MeOH = methanol; (+) presence; (-) absence.
The antioxidant activities of two compounds isolated from the MeOH extract of Scorzonera undulata ssp deliciosa were evaluated through the ability to scavenge and capacity to reduce the cupric ion.
The control group was given water and other groups were given a SG MeOH (methanol) extract at a dose of either 50 or 100mg/kg of body weight daily via a stomach tube.
Bioactivity was tested at several stages: (1) MeOH residue resuspended in distilled water before centrifugation; (2) distilled water suspension before filtration; (3) filtrates; and (4) residue from both YM5 and YM2 filters.
Compound 7 was obtained from fraction IV using MeOH (100%) on a Sephadex LH-20 column.
2] dichloromethane MeOH methanol DEB dichloromethane extract of bark DEL dichloromethane extract of leaves MEL methanol extract of leaves HPLC high performance liquid chromatography PTLC preparative thin layer chromatography TcAChE Torpedo californica acetylcholinesterase hBChE human butyrylcholinesterase LB Lineweaver-Burk [K.
022), this could be attributed to the synergistic effect of foaming agent complex: In the polymerization, a lot of heat was released, and MeOH evaporated from the reaction system and formed rigid pore structures in reaction system.