Validated Reversed-Phase Column High-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Method for Separation and Quantification of Polyphenolics and Furocoumarins in Herbal Drugs
Abstract:A rapid column high-performance liquid chromatographic-photodiode array method has been developed for the separation and identification of secondary metabolites, especially different types of phenols and furocoumarins, in a 35 min chromatographic run. The method has been optimized and validated for selectivity, precision, recovery, and robustness with the aim of application for standardization of selected herbal drugs. Almost all of the tested compounds had linearity of >98, with relative standard deviation <10 in terms of variation of retention time. Interday and intraday variability was <5. The developed method has been successfully applied in identification and quantification of phenols and furocoumarins present in different plants, viz., Artemisia pallens (whole plant), Hibiscus rosa-sinensis DC (flower), Heracleum candicans DC (fruit), and Ficus carica Linn (bark). The results indicate that the method is rapid, accurate, and robust for the analysis of different types of phenols and furocoumarins and, hence, can be successfully used in the quality control and standardization of plant extracts and herbal drugs.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: National Botanical Research Institute, Pharmacognosy and Ethnopharmacology Division, Lucknow226 001, India.
Publication date: 2008-09-01
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