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Research Article

Evaluation of Traditional Indian Antidiabetic Medicinal Plants for Human Pancreatic Amylase Inhibitory Effect In Vitro

Table 3

GCMS identification of compounds in organic solvent extracts of plants inhibiting HPA enzyme activity.

PlantName of the compoundMolecular formulaMolecular weightArea %Retention time (min)

B. orellana L. β-tocopherol 41638.8524.29
(ME)Vitamin E 43050.1725.96
C. verum Naphthalene,1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-1,1,6-trimethyl 17432.206.29
J. S. Presl (IPE)Eugenol 1642.5711.13
4-acetoxycinnamic acid 20647.0212.55
C. longa L. Podocarpic acid 27448.2113.69
(IPE)Curlone 21819.5313.95
Cinnamic-acid 1487.0314.79
C. longa L. 3-Cyano-7-hydroxy-4-methylcoumarin 20142.9513.66
(AE)Curlone 21817.1913.97
5-amino-2-hydroxybenzoic acid 1539.57417.82
M. koenigii L.Cyclohexanone, 2-methyl-5-(1-methylethenyl)- 15218.5414.8
Spreng (IPE)2,3,5,6-tetrachlorohydroquinone 24751.8524.21
Vitamin E 43010.5625.94
T. terrestris L. Sorbinose 18010.2714.27
(AE)Ethyl crotonate 11471.3616.96

ME: Methanol extract; IPE: Isopropanol extract; AE: Acetone extract.

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