The Growth Promoting Effect of Bifidobacterium bifidum by Combination of Natural Products Bearing Antioxidative Capacity

항산화 천연산물의 조합구성에 의한 Bifidobacterium bifidum의 성장 촉진 효과

  • 김종덕 (여수대학교 생명,화학공학부) ;
  • 신태선 (여수대학교 식품영양학과)
  • Published : 2002.12.01


The growth of B. bifidum was promoted by natural products bearing antioxidative capacity and mixed combined two, three and four kinds of them. B. bifidum was expressed a good growth by Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Corni fructus, Beiamcanda chinensis, alone, and two mixed combinations were composed of Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner and Corni fructus, Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner and Beiamcanda chinensis, Nefumbo nuclfera gaertner and Theae folium, three mixed combinations were oraganized with Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Corni fructus and Theae folium, Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Corni fructus and Beiamcanda chinensis, Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Theae folium and Beiamcanda chinensis, and four mixed combinations were formed with Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Theae folium, Beiamcanda chinensis aud Corni fructus, Theae folium, Beiamcanda chinensis, Corni fructus and Glycyrrhizae radix, Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Corni fructus, Teae folium and Glycyrrhizae radix, and Nelumbo nuclfera gaertner, Corni fructus, Beiamcanda chinensis and Glycyrrhizae radix. These few mixed combinations promoted cell growth by 2.6 times than that of control, and its antioxidative capacity was also 5.6 times higher, and the ratio of elimination of hydroxyl radical was more than 80% in each dilution rate. As these combinations of natural products could activate some parts of body, they might be applied to pharmaceuitcal applications, functional foods, also expected to multifunctional fermentative beverages.


Antioxidative capacity;natural product;combination;growth promotion;B. bifidum


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