The quantification of phenolics was based on the standard curve generated with the use of gallic acid, and expressed as gallic acid equivalent.
What does GAE stand for?
GAE stands for Gallic Acid Equivalent (chemistry)
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Extracts from leaves collected in valleys and along the coast contained 46 mg and 40 mg gallic acid equivalent per gram of murta, respectively.
Total phenolic content was expressed as milligrammes of gallic acid equivalent per gram of dry weight (mg GAE/g dw).
The amount of phenolics was expressed as gallic acid equivalent (GAE) in milligrams per gram dry plant extract.
The result of this assay is typically expressed as gallic acid equivalents (GAE).
Gallic acid was used as standard and the results were expressed as mg of Gallic acid equivalents (GAE) [g.
The total phenol content was expressed as gallic acid equivalent in mg/g of the extract.
Results were expressed in gallic acid equivalents per amount of diet extracted.