, Volume 60, Issue 1 Supplement, pp S93-S100
Date: 09 Jul 2004

LC-MS Analysis of Antioxidant Plant Phenoloids

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Abstract

Extracts of selected medicinal plants with promising integral antioxidative capacity were examined by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled with diode-array detection (DAD) and on-line mass spectrometry (ESI-MS or APCI-MS). These techniques allowed determination of the main components of each extract, which may serve us thereby providing a typical “finger-print” in the identification of the plants. More specifically various flavonol aglycones, flavon- and flavonol-glycosides, flavonol-diglycosides were detected in herbs of Solidago canadensis chemovarieties, in leaves of Filipendula ulmaria and in the herb of Viola tricolor species.

Presented at: 5th Balaton Symposium on High-Performance Separation Methods, Siófok, Hungary, September 3–5, 2003