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Determination of pectolinarin in Cirsium spp. using HPLC/UV analysis
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Determination of pectolinarin in Cirsium spp. using HPLC/UV analysis
Cho, Sunghun; Lee, Jaemin; Lee, Yoon Kyoung; Chung, Mi Ja; Kwon, Ki Han; Lee, Sanghyun;
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 Abstract
Pectolinarin was isolated from the ethyl acetate fraction of Cirsium setidens using open column chromatography and was analyzed using spectrometry. Pectolinarin content in Cirsium spp. was determined using HPLC/UV. Pectolinarin content in the aerial part of Cirsium spp. was higher than that in the root and pappus. Pectolinarin content was highest in the aerial part of C. chlorolepis (110.65mg/g extract). Consequently, the aerial part of C. chlorolepis has potential for use in new natural medicinal products, health supplements, and beverages.
 Keywords
Cirsium spp.;Flavonoid;High-performance liquid chromatography;Pectolinarin;
 Language
English
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