Phytochemical Analysis by HR-LCMS and <i>In vitro</i> Anti-diabetic Potential of <i>Michelia champaca</i> Bark
Keywords:HR – LCMS, Antidiabetic, <i>Michelia champaca</i>, Bark, β-amylase, β-glucosidase
AbstractThe current analysis was aimed to study the phytochemical profile and in vitro antidiabetic capacity of HEMC bark. HR-LCMS1 was used to identify the phytochemicals present in the extract. The outcomes of HR-LCMS showed the presence of 15 phytochemical compounds. DL-Carnitine, Catechin, D-β-Tocopherol, Colchicine, Myricetin, Epicatechin, Quercetin, Epigallocatechin gallate, Quercetin-3β-D-glucoside, Kaempferol, Sorbic acid, Apocynin, Epigallocatechin gallate, myricetin 3-O-beta-D-galactopyranoside, Naringeninchalcone are the main compounds identified. The inhibition of enzymes like β-amylase and β-glucosidase delays the rate of glucose absorption thus reducing blood glucose levels in the experimental models. The IC50 values of β-amylase and β-glucosidase inhibitory activity of HEMC were acquired to be 88.65 ?g/mL and 71.28 ?g/mL correspondingly. Positive control acarbose displayed IC50 assessment of 52.94 ?g/mL and 50.01 ?g/mL correspondingly. Consequently, the current study confirms that HEMC had remarkable antidiabetic activity and hence holds future potential as nutraceuticals in the treatment of diabetes and related ailments.
Digambar Subhashrao Pawar and Sahera Nasreen, HR-LCMS of phytoconstituents and antifungal activity of medicinal plants, Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies 2018; 6(1): 173-176
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