Table 4: Inhibitory effects of the P. vulgaris L. on advanced glycation end products (AGEs).

FractionConcentration ( 𝜇 g/mL)Inhibition (%) I C 5 0 ( 𝜇 g/mL)

196.0866.85 ± 0.13
Aminoguanidinea98.0437.39 ± 0.52143.92 ± 0.62
19.61 3.96 ± 0.06

Water extract196.0829.26 ± 0.94
n-Hexane fr.196.0833.94 ± 0.41

196.0854.03 ± 1.00
Methylene chloride fr.98.0421.52 ± 0.64186.72 ± 2.05
19.61 3.66 ± 0.23

196.0868.31 ± 1.06
Ethyl acetate fr.98.0437.36 ± 0.89141.34 ± 1.27
19.61 4.92 ± 0.29

n-Butanol fr.196.0840.47 ± 0.68
Water fr.196.0830.24 ± 1.01

Inhibition rates were calculated as percentages with respect to the control value. aAminoguanidine was used as positive control. Inhibitory effect was expressed as mean ± SD of triplicate experiments.