UV Spectrophotometric Determination of Bioflavonoids from a Semisolid Pharmaceutical Dosage Form Containing Trichilia catigua Adr. Juss and Ptychopetalum olacoides Bentham Standardized Extract: Analytical Method Validation and Statistical Procedures
A precise, accurate, and sensitive UV spectrophotometric method was developed and validated for routine quantification of total bioflavonoids, expressed as rutin, from a topical oil-in-water pharmaceutical emulsion containing the extract of Trichilia catigua Adr. Juss and Ptychopetalum
olacoides Bentham. The method was validated experimentally, and the data were treated rigorously by statistical analysis. The following analytical parameters were assessed: linearity, specificity, intra- and interrun precision measured as relative standard deviation (RSD, %), intra- and
interrun accuracy (E, %), recovery (Rec., %), limit of detection (LOD, g/mL), and limit of quantification (LOQ, g/mL). The UV spectrophotometric method was linear (r
2 0.9995) for standard rutin over the concentration range of 5.015.0 g/mL with specificity for total bioflavonoids
(expressed as rutin) at 361.0 nm with an absence of interferents from the complex matrix; RSD of 1.79%, intrarun (E 97.88 1.75 to 99.0 0.33%) and interrun (E 98.38 1.12 to 100.79 1.30%) accuracy; Rec. 98.64 0.42 to 100.74 0.41%; LOD 0.20 g/mL; and LOQ 0.30 g/mL.
Document Type: Research Article
University of So Paulo, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy, FCF-USP, 580 Prof. Lineu Prestes Ave, Bloco 13, Conjunto das Qumicas, Cidade Universitria, 05508-900, So Paulo, Brazil. andrerbusp.br; andre_rolimuol.com.br
University of So Paulo, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy, FCF-USP, 580 Prof. Lineu Prestes Ave, Bloco 13, Conjunto das Qumicas, Cidade Universitria, 05508-900, So Paulo, Brazil.
Publication date: November 1, 2006
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