Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Phytochemical Analysis and Anti-Inflammatory Activity of the Extracts of the African Medicinal Plant Ximenia caffra

Table 1

Phytochemicals identified from the leaf extract of Ximenia caffra.

PeakRetention time (min) UV-Vis
(nm)
Molecular and fragment ionsCompound nameContent (mg/g)
Negative ionsPositive ions

12.4278125, 169Gallic acid0.96
210.0280289291Catechin1.77
322.1356615303, 465, 617Quercetin-G-Gall 1.70
423.1358615303, 465, 617Quercetin-G-Gall1.59
523.6357609303, 465, 611Quercetin-G-Rha1.12
624.3357463, 609303, 465, 611Quercetin-Glc-Rha (Rutin)9.08
725.1356463303, 465Quercetin-G2.03
827.2356433303, 435Quercetin-Xyl0.11
927.9356593287, 449, 595Kaempferol-G-Rha0.82
1028.9356447287, 449Kaempferol-G0.26

G: glucosyl/galactosyl; Glc: glucosyl; Gla: galactosyl; Rha: rhamnosyl; Gall: galloyl; Xyl: xylosyl; indicates that compounds were unambiguously confirmed through the comparison with authentic standards.

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