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Research Article

The Involvement of a Polyphenol-Rich Extract of Black Chokeberry in Oxidative Stress on Experimental Arterial Hypertension

Table 1

Retention time and mass spectral data of polyphenolic compounds detected in ethanolic extract of black chokeberry fruits.

Nonanthocyanin polyphenols

Peak no. Rt (min)Mass spectral data Peak assignment
Deprotonated molecule [M–H] (m/z)Fragment ions (m/z)

132.9352.90190.93 Chlorogenic acid
(5-O-caffeoyl quinic acid)
361.9608.87Rutin* 
(quercetin-3-O-glucorhamnoside)
463.2462.86Hyperoside
(quercetin-3-O-galactoside)
587.9300.86Quercetin

Anthocyanins

Peak no. Rt (min)Mass spectral data Peak assignment
Molecular ion [M]+ (m/z)Fragment ions (m/z)

239.3449.21287.13 M-Glucose Kuromanin
(cyanidin-3-O-glucoside)

Rutin coeluted with a compound (462.86  ), possibly another quercetin glycoside.
Rt: retention time.

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