Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 15 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 301 - 311 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859 İndeks Tarihi: 16-05-2021

Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials

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The hydrodistilled volatile constituents of Cistanche tubulosa (commonly known as Desert Ginseng)have been chemically and biologically investigated. Based on the retention times and mass fragmentation of theobtained GC-MS chromatogram, 106 individual components which representing ≈ 99.29 % of the total volatileconstituents have been identified. The major compounds (66.57% of the total composition) were identified ashexanal (15.98%), trans-sabinyl acetate (12.22%), allo-aromadendrene (9.30%), nonanoic acid (6.66%), 3Zhexeny-2-methyl butanoate (6.09%), valeranone (5.25%), (E, E)-α-Farnesene (3.18%), -pinene (3.06%), linaloolisovalerate (3.03%) and -humulene (1.8%). Estimation of the antioxidant activity of EO showed promising effectat 80 g/mL concentration, it exerted 62.40, 863.29 and 62.72 % inhibition compared to TBHQ that showed 78.62,77.56 and 79.23 % inhibition using DPPH, ABTS and β-carotene/Linoleic acid, respectively. The antioxidantactivity was pronounced at 80 g/mL than other concentrations. The volatile constituents showed inhibitory activityagainst gram positive bacteria ranged from 2.23 mg/100 mL ( for staphylococcus aureus ), and 15.68 mg/100 mL(for Bacillus cereus) compared to ciprofloxacin which showed inhibitory activity 0.185, and 0.182 mg/100 mL,respectively. Moreover, the MIC of volatiles towards gram negative bacteria are ranged from 18.35 (Escherichiacoli) to 31.61 mg/100 mL (Klebsiella pneumonia) compared to ciprofloxacin with 0.184 to 0.188 mg/mLrespectively. Additionally, the antifungal activity against candida albicans was rather promising (4.36 mg/mL).
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APA Musa A, Elmassry k, El-Ghorab a, Farouk A, Ali H, abdelgawad m, Naguib I, Mostafa E (2021). Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. , 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
Chicago Musa Arafa,Elmassry khaled,El-Ghorab ahmed,Farouk Amr,Ali Hazim M.,abdelgawad mohamed,Naguib Ibrahim,Mostafa Ehab Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. (2021): 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
MLA Musa Arafa,Elmassry khaled,El-Ghorab ahmed,Farouk Amr,Ali Hazim M.,abdelgawad mohamed,Naguib Ibrahim,Mostafa Ehab Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. , 2021, ss.301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
AMA Musa A,Elmassry k,El-Ghorab a,Farouk A,Ali H,abdelgawad m,Naguib I,Mostafa E Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. . 2021; 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
Vancouver Musa A,Elmassry k,El-Ghorab a,Farouk A,Ali H,abdelgawad m,Naguib I,Mostafa E Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. . 2021; 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
IEEE Musa A,Elmassry k,El-Ghorab a,Farouk A,Ali H,abdelgawad m,Naguib I,Mostafa E "Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials." , ss.301 - 311, 2021. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
ISNAD Musa, Arafa vd. "Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials". (2021), 301-311. https://doi.org/10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
APA Musa A, Elmassry k, El-Ghorab a, Farouk A, Ali H, abdelgawad m, Naguib I, Mostafa E (2021). Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. Records of Natural Products, 15(4), 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
Chicago Musa Arafa,Elmassry khaled,El-Ghorab ahmed,Farouk Amr,Ali Hazim M.,abdelgawad mohamed,Naguib Ibrahim,Mostafa Ehab Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. Records of Natural Products 15, no.4 (2021): 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
MLA Musa Arafa,Elmassry khaled,El-Ghorab ahmed,Farouk Amr,Ali Hazim M.,abdelgawad mohamed,Naguib Ibrahim,Mostafa Ehab Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. Records of Natural Products, vol.15, no.4, 2021, ss.301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
AMA Musa A,Elmassry k,El-Ghorab a,Farouk A,Ali H,abdelgawad m,Naguib I,Mostafa E Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. Records of Natural Products. 2021; 15(4): 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
Vancouver Musa A,Elmassry k,El-Ghorab a,Farouk A,Ali H,abdelgawad m,Naguib I,Mostafa E Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials. Records of Natural Products. 2021; 15(4): 301 - 311. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
IEEE Musa A,Elmassry k,El-Ghorab a,Farouk A,Ali H,abdelgawad m,Naguib I,Mostafa E "Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials." Records of Natural Products, 15, ss.301 - 311, 2021. 10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859
ISNAD Musa, Arafa vd. "Volatile Constituents of Cistanche tubulosa and Their Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Potentials". Records of Natural Products 15/4 (2021), 301-311. https://doi.org/10.25135/rnp.220.20.11.1859