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dc.contributor.authorMerchán Arenas, Diego
dc.contributor.authorMuñoz Acevedo, Amnerspa
dc.contributor.authorVargas Méndez, Leonor
dc.contributor.authorKouznetsov, Vladimir
dc.description.abstractThe essential oil (EO) of clove bud dried fruits from Eugenia caryophyllus was obtained by a conventional hydrodistillation process in an excellent yield (11.7 %). Its chemical composition was analyzed by GC-MS, identifying eugenol as a main constituent (60.5%). Four eugenol-like molecules, γ-diisoeugenol, hydroxymethyleugenol, dihydroeugenol and 1,3-dioxanylphenol, were synthesized using eugenol or isoeugenol as initial precursors under green chemistry protocols. To evaluate the possible antioxidant capacity of eugenol compounds including the clove bud EO, the Trolox® Equivalent Antioxidant Capacity value, obtained by the ABTS+• radical-cation discoloration method, was employed. The methodology was performed in a UV-Vis reader of 96-well microplates (dilution methodology), using well-known antioxidant agents (BHA, BHT and vitamin E) as reference compounds. It was found that the prepared eugenol derivatives had a more potent free radical scavenger activity than the reference compounds. In particular, the most active molecules, γ-diisoeugenol and 1,3-dioxanylphenol, were ca. 3-fold more potent than vitamin
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dc.titleScavenger activity evaluation of the clove bud essential oil (Eugenia caryophyllus) and eugenol derivatives employing ABTS+• decolorizationspa
dc.subject.keywordClove essential oilspa
dc.subject.keywordAntioxidant activityspa
dc.subject.keywordABTS radical-cationspa
dc.subject.keywordFree radical scavenger activityspa
dc.coverage.campusCRAI-USTA Bogotáspa
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