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Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering. Home Aquilaria subintegra. Papers by Keyword: Aquilaria subintegra. Paper Title Page. Abstract: Aquilaria tree is known for its ability of producing high quality resin called agarwood or gaharu oil. The leaves of this tree were under utilized and it is also claimed to be useful for treating a certain diseases. This study was aimed to identify the present of antioxidant activities in Aquilaria subintegra leaves. In the meantime, the effect of drying temperature from far-infrared FIR sources on antioxidant activity of the plant leaves was studied.
In conclusion, FIR helps in lowering the drying temperature of Aquilaria subintegra leaves that retain significant amount of antioxidant activities which could be beneficial for treating certain diseases as claimed by others. Abstract: The present study was aimed to investigate the effect of microwave drying on the anti-diabetic potential of the leaves of Aquilaria subintegra and Aquilaria malaccensis with regard to its efficacy by local herbalists in the treatment of diabetes frailties.
The drying process was carried out at 50, and W, and the drying curves were developed to analyse the drying characteristics of both species of Aquilaria leaves. The results indicated that an increase in power level will reduce the drying time during microwave treatment. Showing 1 to 2 of 2 Paper Titles.
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DOI : Background: Obesity is one of serious health condition in the world which contributes too many of chronic diseases. The inhibition of pancreatic lipase is one of promising treatment of obesity problem. Objective: The present study was designed to investigate anti-porcine pancreatic lipase effect of isolated compounds from Aquilaria subintegra and its mechanism. Method: The isolation of crude extract was used serial column chromatography and identified using spectroscopic methods. Then the isolated compounds were assayed for anti-lipase properties using colorimetric assay. Results: Four compounds were successfully isolated from bark of A.
Objective: To investigate the effects of Aquilaria subintegra leaf aqueous extracts on the aphrodisiac properties including sexual behaviour, testosterone level, percentage of pregnancy, number of offspring and male to female ratio of offspring in ICR mice. Methods: In this experiment, each male cohabitated with one female in a polysulfone cage. Sexual behavior, percentage of pregnancy, number of offspring and male to female ratio of offspring in ICR mice were measured according to the established methods. Testosterone level was measured by using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.