Journal of Food Quality / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Evaluation of the Use of Different Solvents for Phytochemical Constituents, Antioxidants, and In Vitro Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Severinia buxifolia

Table 3

In vitro anti-inflammatory activity of different S. buxifolia extracts.

SamplesIC50 values (μg/mL)
Albumin denaturationProteinase inhibitionMembrane stabilization

Water extract769.67 ± 36.45a601.80 ± 36.43b829.00 ± 76.25a
Ethanolic extract35.00 ± 5.14d418.80 ± 51.94c356.71 ± 41.15c
Methanolic extract28.86 ± 4.80d414.29 ± 12.62c319.00 ± 20.43c
Chloroform extract623.08 ± 9.67b611.75 ± 29.67ab573.00 ± 13.76b
Dichloromethane extract592.00 ± 87.17b672.25 ± 57.32a525.00 ± 22.93b
Acetone extract91.60 ± 4.79c575.50 ± 15.57b596.17 ± 26.87b
Inhibitory activity, %
Aspirin (100 μg/mL)33.61 ± 0.5634.17 ± 0.5129.26 ± 1.87

All values are the mean ± SD (n = 3). Means within a column with different letters significantly differ by Tukey’s test at .