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Research Title Permeation study of Clitoria ternatea Linn. extract 
Date of Distribution 28 January 2011 
     Title of the Conference The 12th Graduate Research Conference 
     Organiser Graduate School Khon Kaen University 
     Conference Place Khon Kaen University 
     Province/State Khon Kaen, Thailand  
     Conference Date 28 January 2011 
     To 28 January 2011 
Proceeding Paper
     Volume 12 
     Page 1080 - 1085 
     Abstract Petals of Clitoria ternatea L. (CT) gave blue color pigment known as anthocyanins which exerts antiinflammatory activity. This study was to investigate in vitro permeation profiles of CT extract. Total phenolic compounds from CT extract permeated the porcine skin (PS) at an average rate of 36.4 ± 1.5 μgGAE/cm2/h (n = 4) with no lag time. The correlation coefficient was equal to 0.999. PS exposed to CT extract for 4h was observed under stereomicroscopy showed bright purple fluorescence color in the tissue of the PS which were not completely permeated through PS. Spectrofluorometric measurement of cumulative anthocyanins (570 -630 nm) permeated through PS after 4 h showed that the permeation was lower than the detection limit, less than 5 ng/ml. In conclusion comparing with gallic acid, anthocyanins were not able to permeate PS. This might be due to their high molecular weight and being polar compound. Therefore only gallic acid was determined. 
525150015-2 Miss WEERAYA SUKKHAMDUANG [Main Author]
Pharmaceutical Sciences Master's Degree

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