The Flavonoid Glycosides Antioxidant from Terong Belanda (Solanum Betaceum)Ida Ayu Raka Astiti Asih1, Ida Bagus Putra Manuaba2, Ketut Berata3 and Bagus Komang Satriyasa4
1,2Departement of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences Udayana University, Indonesia.
3Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Udayana University, Indonesia.
4Faculty of Medicine Udayana University, Indonesia.
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Abstract: The Kintamani community in Bali uses the Solanum betaceum as a vegetable or herbal medicine to treat sprue disease. This study aims to isolate flavonoid glycosides and prove the activity of flavonoid glycoside extract of n-butanol, as an antioxidant. The separation of n-butanol extracts was carried out by column chromatography and then identified by FTIR, UV-Vis and LC-MS/MS spectrometry. Three flavonoid glycosides were isolated and identified from 5 and 6 fractions of n butanol extract namely Quercetin 3-O rhamnoside, Routine and Kaempferol 3-O rutinoside. The three flavonoid glycoside compounds have strong antioxidant activity with DPPH Test. These results indicated the potential of terong belanda fruit as a source of natural antioxidants for health management.Keywords: Antioxidant; Flavonoid glycosides; Solanum Betaceum Cav Back to TOC