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Pistacia terebinthus extract: As a potential antioxidant, antimicrobial and possible β-glucuronidase inhibitor
In this study, inhibition of Escherichia coli glucuronidase (GUS) by a plant extract of Pistacia terebinthus was investigated. P. terebinthus (from Karaburun region in Turkey) leaf extract exhibits various bioactivities, ...
Characterization and recovery of tartaric acid from wastes of wine and grape juice industries
Tartaric acid is mainly used in food, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics industries. In this study, the waste samples, which contain tartaric acid, from the wastes of wine and grape juice industries were characterized by using ...
Recovery of proanthocyanidin from waste of Turkish traditional product, pekmez (molasses)
(Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology, 2007-11)
The possibility of recovering of proanthocyanidin (PA) from the by-product of Turkish traditional product pekmez (molasses) industry, one of the agro industries, was investigated. In order to obtain optimum extraction ...
Antioxidative and antimicrobial screening of 19 commercial essential oils in Turkey
(International Society for Horticultural Science, 2009)
Plant oils have been used for wide variety purposes for many years in Turkey. These essential oils have usage in many areas such as perfumery, cosmetic, food flavoring and folkloric medicine. In the study, 19 commercial ...
Adsorption of olive leaf (Olea europaea L.) antioxidants on silk fibroin
(American Chemical Society, 2007-02)
The adsorption isotherms of oleuropein and rutin were evaluated at different temperatures, pH values, and solid/liquid ratios. The experimental data of adsorption isotherms were well fitted to a Langmuir model. The maximum ...