Special Issue "Green Extraction of Phenolic Compounds with Antioxidant Potential"
A special issue of Antioxidants (ISSN 2076-3921). This special issue belongs to the section "Extraction and Industrial Applications of Antioxidants".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 October 2023) | Viewed by 436
Interests: bioactive compounds from microorganisms; food; fermentation; metabolism; biodiversity; functionality of microorganisms
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Interests: oxidative stress; green extraction of secondary metabolites from plants; extraction and biological activity of primary metabolites from plants; characterization and biological activity; molecular mechanisms of antioxidant activity
Interests: biomaterials; biophysical and biological properties; chemical biology; immobilization; encapsulation and drug delevery; antioxydant activity; nanomedecine and nanobiology
There has been increasing interest recently in using alternative green technologies for the isolation of bioactive metabolites from medicinal plants. Phenolic compounds are the most abundant group of phytochemicals found in plants as secondary metabolites. They are involved in the adaptation of the plant to its environment and in its defense against aggressors. A multitude of studies have confirmed the remarkable biological roles of polyphenols thanks to their antioxidant potential. The most common techniques for the extraction of phenolic compounds are liquid–liquid extraction and solid-phase extraction. However, green extraction using deep eutectic solvents and agrosolvents provides many benefits, including its biodegradability, safety, eco-friendliness, low cost, easy preparation, and wide availability, making deep eutectic solvents an alternative to conventional solvents. Addionnaly, the extract-based nanoformulations have promising proficiency as they improve the bioavailability and stability of the antioxidant phenolic compounds.
This Special Issue, entitled “Green Extraction of Phenolic Compounds with Antioxidant Potential”, intends to provide recent updates on the use of novel strategies to improve the recovery of phenolic compounds from renewable plant sources using design-based statistical modeling. In addition, studies on the implementation of specific green principles in phenolic compound extraction and the nanoformulation of extracts for pharmaceutical applications are welcome.
As the Guest Editors, we invite you to contribute a full research paper or a review for possible publication in this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. Yves Waché
Dr. Nadjet Benaida-Debbache
Dr. Fares Boudjouan
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- optimization of extraction
- phenolic compounds
- antioxidant activity