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Antioxidant activities, phenols and flavonoid contents of Withania somnifera and Rauwolfia serpentina


Antioxidant activities, phenols and flavonoid contents of Withania somnifera and Rauwolfia serpentina



Indian Journal Of Plant Physiology: 4, 394-399



ISSN/ISBN: 0019-5502

The oxidative damage caused by free radicals to lipids, proteins and nucleic acids can trigger various chronic diseases such as coronary heart diseases, atherosclerosis, cancer, AIDS and ageing. In treatment of these diseases, antioxidant therapy has gained an immense importance. Current research is now directed towards finding naturally occurring antioxidants of plant origin.

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