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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Tian ML, Bi WT, Row KH
Article Title: Simultaneous Extraction and Separation of Flavonols and Flavones from Chamaecyparis obtusa by Multi-phase Extraction using an Ionic Liquid-modified Microsphere Polymer.
Publication date: 2012
Journal: Phytochemical Analysis
Volume: 23
Issue: (6)
Page numbers: 576-581.
DOI: 10.1002/pca.2357

Abstract: Introduction Flavonols and flavones, especially quercitrin, myricetin and amentoflavone, are the main anti-bacterial and anti-cancer compounds in Chamaecyparis obtuse. Multi-phase extraction is a new method that can extract and separate target compounds simultaneously. Objective An amino ionic liquid immobilised microsphere polymer was used as a multi-phase extraction sorbent to extract and separate quercitrin, myricetin and amentoflavone from Chamaecyparis obtusa. Methodology The sorbent and Chamaecyparis obtusa powder were packed into a single cartridge. Using a fixed volume of methanol with five repetitions, the target compounds were extracted from the powder to the sorbent. The sorbent was then washed with n-hexane to remove any interfering species and the target compounds were eluted sequentially using water, methanol and methanol containing 1% acetic acid (vol.). Results Under the optimised conditions, 0.45 mg/g of quercitrin, 0.18 mg/g of myricetin and 0.12 mg/g of amentoflavone from 2.0 g of powder were obtained by multi-phase extraction using 0.3 g of sorbent. Conclusion The method described has a low deviation error, requires a small amount of solvent and is highly selective and reproducible. Copyright 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
Template and target information: quercitrin, myricetin, amentoflavone
Author keywords: Multi-phase extraction, separation, Ionic liquid, microsphere polymer, Chamaecyparis obtusa

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