Journal Title: بهار 1392
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Article title: Assessment of Antioxidant Capacity and Anti-Inflammatory of Alcoholic Extraction of Chamomile, Morus, Marshmallow, Borage and Rosemary
Introduction: In recent years, there has been a growing interest in finding new compound with herbal origins for treatment and prevention of disease. This study aims at investigating the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of Borage officinalis, althaea officinalis, chamaemelum nobile, morus alba and rosmarinus officinals which are commonly used in traditional medicine.
Methods: In this study the antioxidant activity was investigated by applying cupric ion reducing assay (cupric assay) and anti-inflammatory activity investigated through inhibition albumin serum denaturation.
Results: Morus alba, chamaemelum nobile and borage officinals were found to have the highest antioxidant capacity. Chamaemelum nobile, rosmarinus officinals and althaea officinalis had considerable anti-inflammatory activity and the alcoholic extraction of nobile and rosmarinus officinals had marked anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
Conclusion: Use of screening tests such as the above-mentioned methods are useful for finding biological components with different effects.
Antioxidant capacity, Anti-inflammatory effects, Medicine plants.
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|parisa sadighara||First Author|
|abbas barin||Other Author|
|gholamreza jahed||Other Author|
|fatemeh farjadmand||Corresponding Authoremail@example.com|