Studies on Extraction and Purification of Rutin from Ethanolic Extract of Manilkara zapota Leaves

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Year : 2023 | Volume :8 | Issue : 1 | Page : 1-5
By

Niti Choudhary

Dukx Tyagi

Ashutosh Vasisth

Surya Prakash D.V

  1. Student Department of Biotechnology, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology Uttar Pradesh India

Abstract

Manilkara zapota (sapodilla) is belongs to sapotaceae family. This plant contains various nutrition values. The fruit of sapota is rich with many antioxidants, the leaf of this beneficial plant is also very useful, which helps in improving the condition of digestive tract by prevention of disease like gastritis,enteritis. As sapota is also rich with vitamin C and antioxidants which also boosts immunnity of the body and lowers the risk of disease. It contains various phytochemicals like flavinoids, saponins, tannins, phenolics and terpenoids. It also has medicinal properties like antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. In this experiment, ethanol is the best solvent for the extraction of rutin from leaves of Manilkara zapota. It shows 16μg/ml concentration. Then ethanolic plant extract was poured in to column chromatography for purification of rutin. Here rutin was enhanced and its concentration was 17.5μg/ml. Here silica gel is adsorbed impurities in plant extract and rutin concentration was enhanced.

Keywords: Manilkara zapota, Rutin, Extraction, Ethanol, Purification

[This article belongs to International Journal of Plant Biotechnology(ijpb)]

How to cite this article: Niti Choudhary, Dukx Tyagi, Ashutosh Vasisth, Surya Prakash D.V. Studies on Extraction and Purification of Rutin from Ethanolic Extract of Manilkara zapota Leaves. International Journal of Plant Biotechnology. 2023; 8(1):1-5.
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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 8
Issue 1
Received April 22, 2022
Accepted July 25, 2022
Published January 7, 2023