Fructus Momordicae, Luo-Han-Guo in Chinese, is the fruit of Momordica Grosvenori Swingle, that is Kuong-Guo-Mu-Bie in Chinese. This plant is perennial and is classified to cucurbitaceae, and is cultivated in such as, Yong-Fu county, Lin-Gui County, Long-Sheng County and so on, of the Guangxi Zhuangzu Autonomous Region in China.
- Electron Spin Resonance
- Free Radical Scavenge
- Manganese Oxide
- Electron Spin Resonance Study
- Spin Resonance Spectrometry
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Liu, J., Wang, X., Sanada, M., Natsumeda, A., Mori, A. (1997). Free Radical Scavenging and Antioxidant Effect of Fructus Momordicae. In: Hiramatsu, M., Yoshikawa, T., Inoue, M. (eds) Food and Free Radicals. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-1837-6_18
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