Although seeds are the only part commercially used, determination of composition of neem marketed products is a complicated matter. Natural variability and different process methods play a key role in this variability, mainly derived from the enormous quantity of different constituents present. The chemical complexity is the necessary pre-requisite for a great quantity of possible applications. An adequate method to determine the chemical composition, as complete as possible, must be performed. Here we report the application of HPTLC fingerprint method on analysis of different neem products and derived extracts.

The HPTLC approach to metabolomic determination of neem products composition / Nicoletti, Marcello; Toniolo, Chiara; K., Murugan. - In: PHARMACOLOGYONLINE. - ISSN 1827-8620. - ELETTRONICO. - 3(2013), pp. 122-127. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Neem: multipurpose plant of the XXI century tenutosi a Roma, Italy nel June 21 2013.

The HPTLC approach to metabolomic determination of neem products composition

NICOLETTI, Marcello;TONIOLO, CHIARA;
2013

Abstract

Although seeds are the only part commercially used, determination of composition of neem marketed products is a complicated matter. Natural variability and different process methods play a key role in this variability, mainly derived from the enormous quantity of different constituents present. The chemical complexity is the necessary pre-requisite for a great quantity of possible applications. An adequate method to determine the chemical composition, as complete as possible, must be performed. Here we report the application of HPTLC fingerprint method on analysis of different neem products and derived extracts.
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