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Last Updated: 13 April 2022

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Comparing Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-protease Activities and Untargeted Metabolite Profiling Based on Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectroscopy of Five Memecylon species from Western Ghats Karnataka, India

Memecylon umbellatum, M. edule, M. talbotianum, M. malabaricum, M. malabaricum, and M. wightii species are all related to the Melastomataceae family. The aim is to determine the metabolite makeup of the five Memecylon spps. Phenols and flavonoids are the most common secondary metabolites in Memecylon spp. The Memecylon spp. M. malabaricum & M. wightii clustered together, while M. edule & M. talbotianum clustered together, with M. edule & M. talbotianum forming another clustered together, with M. talbotianum clustered together and M. talbotianum forming another clustered together, with M. wightii clustered together and M. malabaricum and M. talbotianum extracts were shown to have elevated inhibition when compared to other three species, as demonstrated by anti-inflammatory and antiprotease activities of crude extracts. These findings indicate that differences in metabolite profiles can be related to differences in the bioactivity of the five plant extracts tested. The untargeted UPLC-ESI-MS method is highly effective at identifying bioactive components of Memecylon spp.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21786/bbrc/15.1.18

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