KF01007 | DPPH Assay Kit | Antioxidant Capacity

168.00398.00 TAX excl.

BQC DPPH TAC Assay Kit is based on the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) method. In this method, the DPPH free radical (DPPH•) which is a deep purple colored (λmax = 517 nm) stable organic nitrogen radical, is reduced by antioxidants to the colorless DPPH reduced form.

This kit is an easy, fast, and highly reproducible assay to measure TAC in a wide variety of samples.

Additional information

Sizes: 100,200 and 400 tests

Expiry date: 1 year

Storage: -20ºC, 4ºC and room temperature

Assay time: 15 minutes

Reagents: Reagent A, Reagent B, and Standard (Trolox)

Necessary material: 96 well-plate spectrophotometer

If you need to adapt it for another form of the assay (for example cuvette), contact at info@bioquochem.com

Protocol Booklet

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

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Publications

  • Riego M, Rey S, Hevia D, and Muñoz H. 2019. “Solvents’ influence in the measurement of phenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity in blueberries extracts.” In 13th ISANH Malta World Congress on Polyphenols Applications, edited by Malta Polyphenols World Congress, 56. Valetta, Malta: International Society of Antioxidants
  • Rey S, Hevia D, Riego M, and Muñoz H. 2019. “Red wine as a cardioprotective agent: a comparison between the two most consumed D.O wines in Spain.” In 1st Iternational Conference Nutrients 2019 – Nutritional Advances in the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease, edited by Nutrients, 114. Barcelona: MDPI
  • Catinella G, Donzella S, Borgonovo G, et al. 2022. “Efficient 2-Step Enzymatic Cascade for the Bioconversion of Oleuropein into Hydroxytyrosol”. Antioxidants, 11(2), 260. https://doi.org/10.3390/antiox11020260
  • Catinella G, Donzella S, Borgonovo G, et al. 2022. “”Efficient 2-Step Enzymatic Cascade for the Bioconversion of Oleuropein into Hydroxytyrosol””. Antioxidants,
    11(2), 260. DOI: 10.3390/antiox11020260
  • Hammoud, M.; Rajha, H.N.; Chokr, A.; Safi, C.; van den Broek, L.A.M.; van Erven, G.; Maroun, R.G.; Debs, E.; Rammal, H.; Louka, N. Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of Centranthus longiflorus Stems Extracts Recovered Using Ired-Irrad®, an Innovative Infrared Technology, Compared to Water Bath and Ultrasound. Life 2023, 13, 1288. https://doi.org/10.3390/life13061288
  • Simon, A.; Mazhar, S.; Khokhlova, E.; Leeuwendaal, N.; Phipps, C.; Deaton, J.; Rea, K.; Colom, J. Solarplast®—An Enzymatically Treated Spinach Extract. Plants 2023, 12, 2678. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants12142678
  • Caballero-Gallardo, Karina, Neda Alvarez-Ortega, and Jesus Olivero-Verbel. “Cytotoxicity of Nine Medicinal Plants from San Basilio de Palenque (Colombia) on HepG2 Cells.” Plants 12.14 (2023): 2686
  • Rendueles, Eugenia, et al. “Biochemical Profile and Antioxidant Properties of Propolis from Northern Spain.” Foods 12.23 (2023): 4337

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