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Antioxidant, Anti-wrinkle and Whitening Effect of Fermented Extracts of Hwangryunhaedoktang

황련해독탕 발효물의 항산화, 항주름 및 미백 효과

Um, Ji Na;Min, Jin Woo;Joo, Kwang Sik;Kang, Hee Cheol
엄지나;민진우;주광식;강희철

  • Received : 2017.03.15
  • Accepted : 2017.03.29
  • Published : 2017.03.31

Abstract

Hwangryunhaedoktang (HHT) has been traditionally used as a preventive and therapeutic medicine to treat enervation and diverse chronic diseases. This study was designed to compare the antioxidant, anti-wrinkle and whitening effects of HHT extract and its fermented extract by Leuconostoc mesenteroides (FHHT). FHHT was prepared by inoculation of L. mesenteroides after the extraction procedure with 70% ethanol. HHT and FHHT was investigated via high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Simultaneous qualitative analysis of two bioacitive components, berberine and palmatine. was achieved by comparing their retention times ($t_R$) and UV spectra with those of the standard components. Cell viability test results indicated that both HHT and FHHT were non-toxic. In DPPH radical scavenging ability, $SC_{50}$ values of the FHHT was $68.85{\mu}g/mL$, which is more effective than HHT. Moreover, FHHT showed higher expression in production of procollagen type I than HHT. In nontoxic concentration range, FHHT showed strong melanin production inhibitory effect in ${\alpha}-melanocyte$ stimulating hormone (${\alpha}-MSH$)-stimulated B16F10 cell ($IC_{50}=9.82{\mu}g/mL$). These results suggested that fermented extracts of hwangryunhaedoktang had considerable potential as a cosmetics ingredient with an antioxidant and anti-wrinkle and whitening effects.

Keywords

antioxidant;anti-wrinkle;Hwangryunhaedoktang;Leuconostoc mesenteroides;whitening effect

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