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dc.contributor.authorGryszczyńska, Agnieszka
dc.contributor.authorŁowicki, Zdzisław
dc.contributor.authorOpala, Bogna
dc.contributor.authorKrajewska-Patan, Anna
dc.contributor.authorBuchwald, Waldemar
dc.contributor.authorCzerny, Bogusław
dc.contributor.authorMielcarek, Sebastian
dc.contributor.authorMrozikiewicz, Przemysław
dc.description.abstractIn our research, the concentration of lotaustralin in the roots of two species Rhodiola kirilowii and Rhodiola rosea were compared. Aqueous and hydroalcoholic extracts from those plants were analyzed too. To determine the content of this compound the ultra performance liquid chromatography – tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS, Waters) was used. The obtained results showed that the content of measured lotaustralin depends on the species of Rhodiola. R. rosea roots are the richer source of lotaustralin then R. kirilowii. The same situation was observed in the extracts. A hydroalcoholic extract from R. rosea contains up to 135.276 mg of lotaustralin in 100 g of dry powdered material. In the case of R. kirilowii extracts, an aqueous extract contained more lotaustralin (74.791 mg/100 g of dry powdered material) then a hydroalcoholic extract.en
dc.description.sponsorshipMinistry of Science and Higher Educationen
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dc.subjectcyanogenic glucosideen
dc.subjectRhodiola roseaen
dc.subjectRhodiola kirilowiien
dc.titleDetermination of lotaustralin in Rhodiola speciesen
dc.title.alternativeOznaczanie zawartości lotaustraliny w gatunkach Rhodiolapl
dc.contributor.organizationInstitute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznańen
dc.contributor.organizationPomeranian Medical Universityen
dc.contributor.organizationPoznań University of Medical Sciencesen
dc.description.epersonAgnieszka Gryszczyńska

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