A comparative study of antioxidant activities of low-etherified pectin extracted from the eelgrass Zostera marina and of two antioxidative medicines, mildronat and emoxipin, was carried out using two in vitro methods allowing us to estimate the reducing activities of the compounds (FRAP assay), and their ability to impede iron- and ascorbate-induced oxidation of Tween 80 to malondialdehyde. It was found that zosterin pectin manifested higher reducing activity compared to the medicines. The inhibitory capacity of zosterin was lower than that of mildronat.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 14, 2005
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