A new high-performance liquid chromatographic method for the quality control of bioconverted Mori Folium extracts with appropriate marker compounds related to antidiabetes.
Kim, Jin Hyeok
Kim, Tae Jung
Kim, Hyun June
Cho, Chong Woon
Kim, Seok Jin
Cho, Hyun So
Kim, Kyung Tae
Kang, Jong Seong
RESPONSE surfaces (Statistics)
HIGH performance liquid chromatography
Journal of Analytical Science & Technology; 1/5/2021, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1-9, 9p
A HPLC method was developed to assess the enhanced bioactivity of bioconverted Mori Folium (MF) extract and to apply a quality-control system. Liquid-liquid extraction was applied to observe changes in chemical composition through enzymatic bioconversion. The ethyl acetate layer was used for quality control of the anti-diabetic functional MF product. A high-performance liquid chromatography method was developed to analyze five marker compounds (syringaldehyde, trans-caffeic acid, morin 3-O-β-D-glucopyranoside, astragalin, and moracin M 3′-O-β-glucopyranoside) within 60 min. Optimized sample preparation was sonication for 44 min and a water-to-material ratio of 102.5 mL/g by response surface methodology. Comparing MF water extract, trans-caffeic acid and syringaldehyde contents were increased 1.89 times and 2.70 times at Viscozyme-bioconverted material by applying the developed method. This HPLC method can be used to control the quality of bioconverted MF based on suitable bioactive markers and also applied to develop anti-diabetic functional foods containing Mori Folium. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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