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Abstract Title:

Evaluation of the synergistic effects of antioxidant activity on mixtures of the essential oil fromL.,L. andL. using simplex-lattice design.

Abstract Source:

Heliyon. 2019 Jun ;5(6):e01942. Epub 2019 Jun 15. PMID: 31245650

Abstract Author(s):

Yasiel Arteaga Crespo, Luis Ramón Bravo Sánchez, Yudel García Quintana, Andrea Silvana Tapuy Cabrera, Abdel Bermúdez Del Sol, Dorys Magaly Guzmán Mayancha

Article Affiliation:

Yasiel Arteaga Crespo


Essential oils (EOs) are known for their antioxidant properties, and are widely employed in the food industry as preservatives. They can be used as condiments or as preservatives to achieve certain organoleptic effects for consumers. The aim of this research was to evaluate antioxidant activity in mixtures of three EOs:L.L. andL., using the Simplex Lattice Mixture Design. Ultimately, a linear model was used, as it best adjusted to the experimental behavior, and it allowed the prediction of EOs mixtures antioxidant activity, determined by FRAP and ABTS techniques. The mixture of the three EOs that showed the best antioxidant activity and also had the highest synergistic effect, was composed of 66.7% of, 16.7% ofand 16.7% of. The greatest contribution to the potentiation of antioxidant activity was shown byfollowed byand then.

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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