Bioaccessibility of Polyphneols from Youngia denticulata, edible wile vegetable, during Simulated Digestion
- Bioaccessibility of Polyphneols from Youngia denticulata, edible wile vegetable, during Simulated Digestion
- 이희주; 차광현; 노주원; 판철호
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- 2013 한국응용생명화학회 국제심포지움
- Youngia denticulata is one of family Compositae and a good source of polyphenols. Young stalks of Y. denticulate have been consumed as wild vegetables in Korea. Polyphneols have various biological and pharmacological functions, such as antioxidant, antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic acitivites. For this study, polyphenols of Y. denticulata were determined by HPLC-ESI/MS and monitored the stability and releases of polyphenols using simulated digestion model. The simulated digestion model in the mouth, stomach and small intestine was mimicked with an acidic or neutral condition, respectively. The composition of polyphenols was determine by HPLC analysis.
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