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A convenient new analysis of dihydroxyacetone and methylglyoxal applied to Australian Leptospermum honeys
New Zealand mānuka (Leptospermum scoparium) honey is known to exhibit non-peroxide antibacterial activity caused by the active ingredient methylglyoxal which arises by chemical conversion ofExpand
The quantitation of hydroxymethylfurfural in Australian Leptospermum honeys
This research extends the rapid high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) analysis of O-(2, 3, 4, 5, 6-pentafluorobenzyl)hydroxylamine hydrochloride (PFBHA) derivatives of methylglyoxal andExpand
Essential oils from Leptospermums of the Sunshine Coast and Northern Rivers Regions
L. liversidgei chemotypes I and II have the potential for phytomedical use as antibacterial or anti-inflammatory agents and Chemotype I has the potential to use as an insect repellent and chemotype II may provide antifungal activity. Expand
Chemical profiles of honeys originating from different floral sources and geographic locations examined by a combination of three extraction and analysis techniques
The chemical profiles of Tasmanian Leatherwood and Manuka honeys from Tasmania and New Zealand have been compared by a combination of GC-MS analysis of volatiles and semi-volatiles, RP-HPLC-DADExpand
African and Australian Insect Repellents for Malaria Prophylaxis
The effectiveness of Insect repellents investigated in this study is compared with the minimum requirements for insect repellent retail in another Malaria endemic tourist destination, Thailand. Expand