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A qualitative analysis of the lotus root polyphenols by the HCl-butanolic method. The reaction mixtures consisted of 0.02 mg of (+)-catechin, proanthocyanidin B2, and lotus polyphenols in 500 μl of HCl-butanol (concentrated HCl/n-butanol, 1:5) were heated at100°C for 30 min.
The colorimetric butanoic-HCl assay showed that the polyphenolic
lotus root extract contained proanthocyanidins (Figure 4).
Tsuruta, Yumi; Nagao, Koji; Kai, Shunichi; Tsuge, Keisuke; Yoshimura, Takashi; Koganemaru, Kazuyoshi; Yanagita, TeruyoshiJournal: Lipids in Health and Disease
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1476-511X-10-202Published: 2011-12-01Institution(s):
Saga University, Kagoshima University, Industrial Technology Center of Saga
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