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Study on extraction and antioxidation of the flavonoids from Anaphalis sinica Hance form Pterocaula Ling

, : Study on extraction and antioxidation of the flavonoids from Anaphalis sinica Hance form Pterocaula Ling. Progress In Modern Biomedicine: 4, 691-693

Experiments were conducted to study the extraction and OH and O<sub>2</sub><sup>-</sup> scavenging capacities of the total flavonoids and its content from the stalks, leaves and flowers of <i>Anaphalis sinica</i>. The flavonoid compositions were extracted by Soxlet extraction with ethanol (95%). The total flavonoid content and OH and O<sub>2</sub><sup>-</sup> scavenging capacities were determined by ultraviolet spectrophotometry.


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