ANALYSIS OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS AND SDS-PAGE PROFILING OF AONLA (PHYLLANTHUS EMBLICA L.)

Article Id: ARCC1374 | Page : 29 - 31
Citation :- ANALYSIS OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS AND SDS-PAGE PROFILING OF AONLA (PHYLLANTHUS EMBLICA L.).Agricultural Science Digest.2010.(30):29 - 31
K.C.Verma and S.K.Verma*
Address : Lovely Professional University, Ludhiana- Jalandhar G.T.Road, Near Chehru Railway Bridge, Phagwara -144402, India

Abstract

Medicinal plants provide good remedies for human diseases and play a vital role in our day-to-day
lives. Phyllanthus emblica Linn family- Euphorbiaceae, commonly known as aonla, is an important
household fruit. Vitamin C was found to be very effective antioxidant constituents. The determination
of active ingredients/alkaloids (3) in fruit and leaves was done by thin layer chromatography (TLC).
The solvent system was Chloroform: Methanol: Ammonia: 9.8: 0.2: 0.01. The ascorbic acid content in
fruit was found to be higher than that in leaves . The SDS-PAGE of leaves and fruits fractionated in
bands in case of leaves and fruit fractions.

Keywords

Ascorbic acid TLC Phyllanthus emblica Chemical Analysis

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