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Fig. 4

From: A multivariate analysis on the comparison of raw notoginseng (Sanqi) and its granule products by thin-layer chromatography and ultra-performance liquid chromatography

Fig. 4

ABTS activity of Sanqi raw herb and granule extracts (n ≥ 3). Generally, raw herb samples (12.68 – 31.41 mM/g DW) showed a higher ABTS radical scavenging activity than granule samples (1.41 – 21.13 mM/g DW). R6 exhibited the highest anti-oxidant activity among all the samples (31.41 mM/g DW). For the granule samples, G7 and G12 possessed strong radical scavenging activity (21.13 and 15.28 mM/g DW, respectively)

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