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Identification of Xanthium Sibiricum Components using LC-SPE-NMR-MS Hyphenated System

  • Sohn, Ji Soo (Integtrated Metabolomics Research Group, Western Seoul Center, Korea Basic Science Institute) ;
  • Jung, Youngae (Integtrated Metabolomics Research Group, Western Seoul Center, Korea Basic Science Institute) ;
  • Han, Ji Soo (Integtrated Metabolomics Research Group, Western Seoul Center, Korea Basic Science Institute) ;
  • Hwang, Geum-Sook (Integtrated Metabolomics Research Group, Western Seoul Center, Korea Basic Science Institute)
  • Received : 2018.03.20
  • Accepted : 2018.04.21
  • Published : 2018.06.20

Abstract

Xanthium sibiricum is used as a traditional folk medicine for the treatment of cancer, fever, headache, nasal sinusitis, and skin pruritus. This study aimed to identify components from Xanthium sibiricum extracts using an SPE-800MHz NMR-MS hyphenated system. The simultaneous acquisition of MS and NMR spectra from the same chromatographic peaks significantly increases the depth of information acquired for the compound and allows the elucidation of structures that would not be possible using MS or NMR data alone. LC -NMR analysis was conducted using a HPLC separation system coupled to 800 MHz spectrometer equipped with a cryoprobe, and a SPE unit was used to automatically trap chromatographic peaks using a HPLC pump. LC-MS analysis was conducted with a Q-TOF MS instrument using ESI ionization in the negative ion mode. Using the hyphenated analysis, several secondary metabolites were identified, such as 3',5'-O-dicaffeoylquinic acid, 1',5'-O-dicaffeoyl- quinic acid, and ethyl caffeate. These results demonstrate that the SPE-800MHz NMR-MS hyphenated system can be used to identify metabolites within natural products that have complex mixtures.

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Supported by : Korea Basic Science Institute, National Research Foundation

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