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The cytogenetics of Lotus. XII. Thin-layer chromatography in the separation of secondary phenolic compounds in Lotus (Leguminosae)



The cytogenetics of Lotus. XII. Thin-layer chromatography in the separation of secondary phenolic compounds in Lotus (Leguminosae)



Journal of Chromatography 24(1): 243-244



Investigations of techniques for the analysis of the phenolic compounds of Lotus showed that the use of standard glass plates and the silica gel G coating method, which was previously reported by Grant and Whetter, was suitable for this analysis.

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PMID: 5962332

DOI: 10.1016/s0021-9673(01)98144-0


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