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Recent papers on TLC and HPTLC

  • Tyrosinase modulation by five Rwandese herbal medicines traditionally used for skin treatment.
    L. Kamagaju, R. Morandini, E. Bizuru, P. Nyetera, J. B. Nduwayezu, C. Stévigny, G. Ghanem, P. Duez (2013) J Ethnopharmacol. 146(3), 824-34.
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  • Quantification of parabens by diode-array thin-layer chromatography coupled with a Vibrio fischeri bioluminescence assay.
    A. Seigel, B. Milz, B. Spangenberg (2013) J Planar Chromatogr 26, 119–124.
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  • Screening for Antimicrobials in Mouthwashes Using HPTLC-Bioluminescence Detection.
    V. Baumgartner, Ch. Hohl, W. Schwack (2013) Chromatographia.
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  • An HPTLC-densitometry method for the quantification of pharmacologically active alkaloids in Sceletium tortuosum raw material and products.
    E. A. Shikanga, I. Vermaak, A. M. Viljoen (2012) J Planar Chromatogr 4, 283-289.
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  • Metabolomics of four TCM herbal products: application of HPTLC analysis.
    O. Ogegbo, S. Eyob, S. Parmar, Z.-T. Wang, A. Bligh (2012) Anal Methods 4, 2522-2527.
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  • Determination of organophosphorus and carbamate insecticides in fresh fruits and vegetables by high-performance thin-layer chromatography-multienzyme inhibition assay.
    R. Akkad, W. Schwack (2012) J AOAC Int 95(5), 1371-1377.
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  • Planar solid phase extraction clean-up for pesticide residue analysis in tea by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry.
    C. Oellig, W. Schwack (2012) J Chromatogr A 1260(42), 42-53.
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  • Crucial aspects of high performance thin layer chromatography quantitative validation. The case of determination of rosmarinic acid in different matrices.
    S. A. Coran, S. Mulas, N. Mulinacci (2012) J Chromatogr A 1220, 156-61.
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  • Qualitative and quantitative analysis of hyaluronan oligosaccharides with high performance thin layer chromatography using reagent-free derivatization on amino-modified silica and electrospray ionization-quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry coupling on normal phase.
    M. Rothenhöfer M, R. Scherübl, G. Bernhardt, J. Heilmann, A. Buschauer (2012) J Chromatogr A. 1248, 169-77.
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  • Analysis of phospolipids and glycolipids by thin-layer chromatography–matrix-assisted laser desorption and ionization mass spectrometry.
    B. Fuchs (2012) J Chromatogr A 1259, 62-73.
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  • Densitometric–HPTLC Method Development and Analysis of Anthocyanins from Acai (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) Berries and Commercial Products.
    Ch. S. Rumalla, B. Avula, Y-H. Wang, T. J. Smillie, I. A. Khan (2012) J Planar Chromatogr 25(5), 409–414.
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  • Validation of thin layer and high performance thin layer chromatographic methods.
    B.Renger, Z. Végh, K. Ferenczi-Fodor (2011) J Chromatogr A 1218(19) 2712-2721.
  • TLC for pharmaceutical analysis in resource limited countries. Review.
    E. Kaale, P. Risha, T. Layloff (2011) J Chromatogr A 1218(19) 2732-2736.
  • Forensic examination of ink by high-performance thin layer chromatography – The United States Secret Service Digital Ink Library. Review.
    C. Neumann, R. Ramotowski, T. Genessay (2011) J Chromatogr A 1218(19) 2793-2811.
  • Rolling ­– A new application technique for luminescent bacteria on high-performance thin-layer chromatography plates.
    V. Baumgartner, Ch. Hohl, W. Schwack (2011) J Chromatogr A 1218(19) 2692-2699.
  • The Frustrated Reviewer – Recurrent Failures in Manuscripts Describing Validation of Quantitative TLC/HPTLC Procedures for Analysis of Pharmaceuticals.
    K. Ferenczi-Fodor, B. Renger, Z. Végh (2010) J Planar Chromatogr 23(3) 173-179.
  • Coupling of planar chromatography to mass spectrometry.
    G. Morlock, W. Schwack (2010) TrAC 29(10) 1157-1171.
  • Use of High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography by the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia.
    R. T. Upton (2010) J AOAC Int 93(5) 1349-1354.
  • Tradition- and Science-Based Quality Control of Chinese Medicines. Introducing the Phyto-True System.
    A. Y. Leung (2010) J AOAC Int 93(5) 1355-1366.
  • Fingerprint Analysis and the Application of HPTLC to the Determination of Identity and Quality of Botanicals, from an Industry Perspective.
    S. Sudberg, E. Sudberg, J. Terrazas, Sa. Sudberg, K. Patel, J. Pineda, Jose, B. Fine (2010) J AOAC Int 93(5) 1367-1375.
  • Development and Validation of an HPTLC Method for Simultaneous Quantitation of Isoorientin, Isovitexin, Orientin, and Vitexin in Bamboo-Leaf Flavonoids
    Jin Wang, Feng Tang, Yongde Yue, Xuefeng Guo, Xi Yao (2010) J AOAC Int 93(5) 1376-1383.
  • Study on Triterpenoic Acids Distribution in Ganoderma Mushrooms by Automatic Multiple Development High Performance Thin Layer Chromatographic Fingerprint Analysis.
    Yan, Yu-Zhen; Xie, Pei-Shan; Lam, Wai-Kei; Chui, Eddie; Yu, Qiong-Xi (2010) J AOAC Int 93(5) 1384-1389.
  • Modern HPTLC. A Perfect Tool for Quality Control of Herbals and Their Preparations.
    B. Meier, D. Spriano (2010) J AOAC Int 93(5) 1399-1409.
 
 
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