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    St. John's wort extract
    Scientific Publications
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    St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) products

    The project is embedded in a larger study aiming to investigate the quality of different herbal medicinal products along diverse value chains.
    Stevia
    Case Studies
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    Quantitative determination of steviol glycosides

    This case study demonstrates a rapid characterization of Stevia formulations by a selective derivatization of steviol glycosides and additionally, it shows the…
    API purification
    CBS Articles
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    TLC and HPTLC-MS in the manufacturing of clinical API batches

    Efficient purifications by a selective preparative chromatography are widely used in the manufacturing of API batches. The described procedure helps in the…
    production unit
    Case Studies
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    Cleaning validation at API production units

    HPTLC offers an inexpensive and time-saving way to control industrial cleaning. The following describes the procedure.
    Angelica gigas
    CBS Articles
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    Comprehensive HPTLC fingerprinting for the quality control of Angelica gigas root

    This work describes, as a proof of concept, how comprehensive HPTLC fingerprinting can be applied to control the quality of a herbal drug. A specific HPTLC…
    Ginkgo biloba
    Scientific Publications
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    Adulteration and poor quality of Ginkgo biloba supplements

    Adulteration of Ginkgo products sold as unregistered supplements within the very large market of Ginkgo products (reputedly £650 million annually) through the…
    Rhodiola rosea
    Scientific Publications
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    The authenticity and quality of Rhodiola rosea products

    Rhodiola rosea L. Crassulaceae, root (Golden Root, Arctic Root) is a high-value herbal medicinal product, registered in the UK for the treatment of stress-…
    St. John's wort
    Scientific Publications
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    St. John’s Wort versus Counterfeit St. John’s Wort: An HPTLC Study

    Hypericum perforatum L. is the most commonly used herb for treating depression. Due to the popularity of this botanical, there is a potential for economically…