The medium was removed and fresh serum-free medium containing different concentrations of mango peel extracts (concentrations ranging from 0 to 25 [micro]g/ml for CPEE of TN1 and CPWE of TN1) was added.
Six varieties of mango fruits, namely, Jinhwang, Tainoung number 1 (TN1), Irwin, Yuwen, Haden, and Tu, were collected from a local grocery market in Xinhua District, Tainan City, Taiwan.
The results presented in Table 2 suggest that peel extracts from the TN1 cultivar possessed the highest amount of total phenolic compounds as compared to other peel extracts.
Analysis of Phenolic Compound Composition, Storage Stability of Antioxidant Capacity, Anti-Inflammatory Activity, and Antibacterial Activity in CPWE and CPEE of TN1 Cultivar.
Among these extracts, CPEE of TN1 exhibited the most antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties.
Caption: Figure 5: DPPH scavenging activities of vitamin C, CPWE of TN1, and CPEE of TN1 under different storage times.
Caption: Figure 7: Zone of inhibition of CPEE of TN1 and CPWE of TN1 at concentration of 4%, w/v, in 0.05 M acetate buffer, pH 6.0, against (a) Escherichia coli, (b) Salmonella typhimurium, (c) Vibrio parahaemolyticus, (d) Staphylococcus aureus; and (e) Bacillus cereus.