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  1. Evaluation of Salacia Species as Anti-diabetic Natural Resources Based on Quantitative Analysis of Eight Sulphonium Constituents: A New Clas...

    Phytochemical Analysis 25(6):544 (2014) PMID 24816820

    Stems and roots of Salacia genus plants have been used in Ayurveda as a specific remedy for early stage diabetes. Previous investigations identified four sulphonium sulphates, that is, salacinol (1), kotalanol (3), ponkoranol (5) and salaprinol (7), as the compounds responsible for the anti-diabetic...
  2. HPLC/UV analysis of polyacetylenes, phenylpropanoid and pyrrolidine alkaloids in medicinally used codonopsis Species.

    Phytochemical Analysis 25(3):213 (2014) PMID 24453136

    Codonopsis Radix is commonly used as a tonic in traditional Chinese medicine. However, there is no suitable method to assess the quality of Codonopsis Radix based on multiple components having potential bioactivities. To establish a HPLC/UV method for simultaneous quantitation of polyacetylenes (lob...
  3. Synthesis of small combinatorial libraries of natural products: identification and quantification of new long-chain 3-methyl-2-alkanones fro...

    Phytochemical Analysis 25(1):75 (2014) PMID 23922264

    Recently, a potent anti-staphylococcal activity of Inula helenium L. (Asteraceae) root essential oil was reported. Also, bioassay guided fractionation of the oil pointed to eudesmane sesquiterpene lactones and a series of unidentified constituents as the main carriers of the observed activity. To id...
  4. Investigation of the chemomarkers correlated with flower colour in different organs of Catharanthus roseus using NMR-based metabolomics.

    Phytochemical Analysis 25(1):66 (2014) PMID 24151112

    Flower colour is a complex phenomenon that involves a wide range of secondary metabolites of flowers, for example phenolics and carotenoids as well as co-pigments. Biosynthesis of these metabolites, though, occurs through complicated pathways in many other plant organs. The analysis of the metabolic...
  5. Chemical and functional characterisation of propolis collected from East Andalusia (southern Spain).

    Phytochemical Analysis 24(6):608 (2013) PMID 23670998

    Propolis is a complex mixture of natural sticky, gummy and resinous components produced by honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) from plant materials. However, phytochemical data of the Andalusian (southern Spain) propolis are scant. The primary objectives of this study were to chemically characterise the c...
  6. Development and validation method for simultaneous quantification of phenolic compounds in natural extracts and nanosystems.

    Phytochemical Analysis 24(6):638 (2013) PMID 23716364

    Sage and savoury (Salvia sp. and Satureja montana, respectively) are plants used in traditional medicine. The quality control of their herbal formulations is of paramount concern to guarantee the expected biological activity of their anti-oxidant compounds. To establish a simple and effective high-p...
  7. Identification and characterisation of phenolics in Polygonum capitatum by ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography with photodiode array...

    Phytochemical Analysis 24(6):556 (2013) PMID 24154994

    Our ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography with photodiode array detection and mass spectrometry (UPLC-PDA-MS) analysis indicated that flavonoid glycosides and polyphenolic glycosides were its major constituents and quite a number of phenolic compounds have not yet been identified. Identificati...
  8. ¹H-NMR fingerprinting of Vaccinium vitis-idaea flavonol glycosides.

    Phytochemical Analysis 24(5):476 (2013) PMID 23703898

    The fruits of Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. are a valuable source of biologically active flavonoid derivatives. For studies focused on the purification of its quercetin glycosides (QGs) and related glycosides from plants and for the purpose of biological studies, the availability of numeric datasets from...
  9. Developmental Changes in the Composition of Five Anthraquinones from Rheum palmatum as Quantified by (1) H-NMR.

    Phytochemical Analysis 24(4):329 (2013) PMID 23364921

    Rheum palmatum is an important traditional Chinese medicine featuring anthraquinones with several activities. Generally, rhein, emodin, aloe-emodin, physcion and chrysophanol are used as chemical markers for the quality control of rhubarb products. To develop a simple protocol for the quantification...
  10. Chemical-based species classification of rhubarb using simultaneous determination of five bioactive substances by HPLC and LDA analysis.

    Phytochemical Analysis 23(4):359 (2012) PMID 22009582

    All calibration curves showed good linearity (r ≥ 0.9995). The method showed good repeatability with intra- and inter-day standard deviations of less than 1.13% and 1.32%, respectively. The accuracy and recovery of all marker compounds were in the ranges of 98.0 to 102.6% and 99.21 to 102.04%,...