Changes in metabolites with harvest times of seedlings of various Korean oat (Avena sativa L.) cultivars and their neuraminidase inhibitory effects
- Woo, So-Yeun; Yang, Ji Yeong; Lee, HanGyeol; Ahn, Hyoung Jae; Lee, Yong Bok; Do, Sun Hee; Kim, Jeong Yoon; Seo, Woo Duck
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- ELSEVIER SCI LTD
- Oat seedling; Glycosylate flavonoids; Steroidal saponins; Neuraminidase inhibitory effects
- FOOD CHEMISTRY, v.373
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- FOOD CHEMISTRY
- Oats and their seeds, stems, and leaves are approved for use as safe food ingredients. Oat seedlings are environmentally friendly and are becoming increasingly popular as they provide several health benefits. We used the UPLC-CAD to quantitatively analyze isolated compounds (1-11) between 15 cultivars of oat seedlings and their harvest time. Maximum average amount of total contents of isolated compounds was observed after the harvest time of 5 days (4711.3 mg/100 g), while the minimum was observed after the harvest time of 7 days (4184.8 mg/ 100 g). We demonstrated that all isolated compounds (1-11) showed neuraminidase inhibitory effects, with 6 and 7 being the most active with IC50 values of 3.7 and 20.5 mu M, respectively. High content of compounds 6 and 7 was observed (2306.6 mg/100 g) in the Dahan cultivar at 9 days, indicating potential good cultivars with a high content of active compounds and neuraminidase inhibition activity.
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