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Evaluation of Biologically Active Compounds from Calendula officinalis Flowers using Spectrophotometry

BUTNARIU, M; Coradini, C.Z. Evaluation of Biologically Active Compounds from Calendula officinalis Flowers using Spectrophotometry, Chemistry central journal, Volume: 6, Article Number: 35, Published: APR 27 2012 (Accession Number: WOS: 000305455900001, PubMed ID: 22540963, ISSN: 1752–153X), Times Cited: 18 (from Web of Science Core Collection), IF(2014): 2.19.

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BUTNARIU, Monica http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2032-5000

CHEMISTRY CENTRAL JOURNAL. ISSN: 1752-153X, Volume: 6, Article Number: 35, DOI: 10.1186/1752-153X-6-35, Published: APR 27 2012,

Abstract: Background: This study aimed to quantify the active biological compounds in C. officinalis flowers. Based on the active principles and biological properties of marigolds flowers reported in the literature, we sought to obtain and characterize the molecular composition of extracts prepared using different solvents. The antioxidant capacities of extracts were assessed by using spectrophotometry to measure both absorbance of the colorimetric free radical scavenger 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) as well as the total antioxidant potential, using the ferric reducing power (FRAP) assay. Results: Spectrophotometric assays in the ultraviolet-visible (UV-VIS) region enabled identification and characterization of the full range of phenolic and flavonoids acids, and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) was used to identify and quantify phenolic compounds (depending on the method of extraction). Methanol ensured more efficient extraction of flavonoids than the other solvents tested. Antioxidant activity in methanolic extracts was correlated with the polyphenol content. Conclusions: The UV-VIS spectra of assimilator pigments (e.g. chlorophylls), polyphenols and flavonoids extracted from the C. officinalis flowers consisted in quantitative evaluation of compounds which absorb to wavelengths broader than 360 nm.
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Research Areas: Chemistry

Web of Science Categories: Chemistry, Multidisciplinary

Document Type: Article, Accession Number: WOS:000305455900001, PubMed ID: 22540963