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 [Antibacterial Activity of Cuminum cyminum L. and Carum carvi L. Essential Oils. Nicola S. Iacobellis , Pietro Lo Cantore , Francesco Capasso and Felice Senatore, J. Agric. Food Chem., 2005, 53 (1), pp 57-61] [Antibacterial Activity of Cuminum cyminum L. and Carum carvi L. Essential Oils. Nicola S. Iacobellis , Pietro Lo Cantore , Francesco Capasso and Felice Senatore, J. Agric. Food Chem., 2005, 53 (1), pp 57-61]
  
-| {{:​cuminal.jpg| cuminal}} \\ cuminaldehyde (cuminal) | {{:​terpinene_alpha.jpg| α-terpinene }} \\ α-terpinene |+| {{:​cuminal.jpg| cuminal}} \\ cuminaldehyde (cuminal) | {{:​terpinene_alpha.jpg| α-terpinene }} \\ α-terpinene | {{:​terpinene_gamma.jpg|γ-terpinene}} \\ γ-terpinene |
  
 "The inhibitory activity of Cuminum cyminum seed-isolated component was evaluated against lens aldose reductase and alpha-glucosidase isolated from Sprague-Dawley male rats and compared to that of 11 commercially available components derived from C. cyminum seed oil, as well as quercitrin as an aldose reductase inhibitor and acarbose as an alpha-glucosidase inhibitor. The biologically active constituent of C. cyminum seed oil was characterized as cuminaldehyde by various spectral analyses. The IC(50) value of cuminaldehyde is 0.00085 mg/mL against aldose reductase and 0.5 mg/mL against alpha-glucosidase,​ respectively. Cuminaldehyde was about 1.8 and 1.6 times less in inhibitory activity than acarbose and quercitin, respectively. Nonetheless,​ cuminaldehyde may be useful as a lead compound and a new agent for antidiabetic therapeutics."​ \\ "The inhibitory activity of Cuminum cyminum seed-isolated component was evaluated against lens aldose reductase and alpha-glucosidase isolated from Sprague-Dawley male rats and compared to that of 11 commercially available components derived from C. cyminum seed oil, as well as quercitrin as an aldose reductase inhibitor and acarbose as an alpha-glucosidase inhibitor. The biologically active constituent of C. cyminum seed oil was characterized as cuminaldehyde by various spectral analyses. The IC(50) value of cuminaldehyde is 0.00085 mg/mL against aldose reductase and 0.5 mg/mL against alpha-glucosidase,​ respectively. Cuminaldehyde was about 1.8 and 1.6 times less in inhibitory activity than acarbose and quercitin, respectively. Nonetheless,​ cuminaldehyde may be useful as a lead compound and a new agent for antidiabetic therapeutics."​ \\
 [Cuminaldehyde:​ aldose reductase and α-glucosidase inhibitor derived from Cuminum cyminum L. seeds., Lee, H. S., Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, Vol.53(7), 2005, 2446-2450] [Cuminaldehyde:​ aldose reductase and α-glucosidase inhibitor derived from Cuminum cyminum L. seeds., Lee, H. S., Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, Vol.53(7), 2005, 2446-2450]
  
-"GC-MS analyses of cumin essential oils identified 26 constituents,​ representing the 80.0% of the total oil. The main components of cumin essential oil were γ-pinene ​(27.4%), p-cymene (20.49%), cuminal (20.39%) and β-pinene (12.75%). In a study carried out by Iacobellis et al. p-mentha-1,​4-dien-7-al,​ cuminal, γ-pinene ​and β-pinene were seen to be the major constituents of cumin oil. These findings agree with those results presented here, except for p-mentha-1,​4-dien-7-al,​ which was not found, and p-cymene, which represented 20.49% of the total."​ \\+"GC-MS analyses of cumin essential oils identified 26 constituents,​ representing the 80.0% of the total oil. The main components of cumin essential oil were γ-terpinene ​(27.4%), p-cymene (20.49%), cuminal (20.39%) and β-pinene (12.75%). In a study carried out by Iacobellis et al. p-mentha-1,​4-dien-7-al,​ cuminal, γ-terpinene ​and β-pinene were seen to be the major constituents of cumin oil. These findings agree with those results presented here, except for p-mentha-1,​4-dien-7-al,​ which was not found, and p-cymene, which represented 20.49% of the total."​ \\
 [Chemical Composition of the Essential Oils Obtained From Some Spices Widely Used in Mediterranean Region. Manuel Viuda-Martos,​ Yolanda Ruíz-Navajas,​ Juana Fernández-López,​ José Angel Pérez-Álvarez,​ Acta Chim. Slov. 921 2007, 54, 921-926] [Chemical Composition of the Essential Oils Obtained From Some Spices Widely Used in Mediterranean Region. Manuel Viuda-Martos,​ Yolanda Ruíz-Navajas,​ Juana Fernández-López,​ José Angel Pérez-Álvarez,​ Acta Chim. Slov. 921 2007, 54, 921-926]
  
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