Berberis dye (berberis tibetasia) LC

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Description

Historical importance

Summary of results

Analytical instrumentation and procedures

HPLC-DAD-MS analysis was performed with an Agilent 1100 liquid chromatography system consisting of an automatic injector, a gradient pump, a HP series 1100 DAD, and an Agilent series 1100 VL on-line atmospheric pressure ionization electrospray ionization mass spectrometer. Separations were done on a Vydac 214TP52 analytical column (2.1 mm diameterX250 mm; 5-ím particle size). The column was eluted at a flow rate of 0.2 mL/min with a tertiary gradient of water (A),acetonitrile (B), and 1% (v/v) aqueous formic acid (C) with the following elution program: 0 min, 90% A, 5% B, 5% C; 0-55 min, a linear gradient to 35% A, 60% B, 5% C; 55-60 min, a linear gradient elution to 15% A, 80% B, 5% C; 60-62 min, isocratic elution at 15% A, 80% B, 5% C; 62-70 min gradient elution to 90% A, 5% B, 5% C; and reequilibration with the latter solvent for 15 min. The mass spectrometer was run both in the negative and positive ion mode.

Chromatograms

berberis tibetasia dyed silk sample (direct dye without mordant) was extracted and the extract was injected in HPLC-DAD-MS for analysis.

HPLC-DAD profile and compounds identified

Absorbance at 350nm (mAU)

sample information

Absorbance at 350nm (mAU)

Identified compounds


Compound RT (min.) MW UV/vis Other
palmatine 32.5 351 348,428 minor component
jatrorrhizine 29.6 337 348,428
berberine 32.5 335 348,428 major component

References

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