An integrated strategy for establishment of curcuminoid profile in turmeric using two LC–MS/MS platforms

@article{Jin2017AnIS,
  title={An integrated strategy for establishment of curcuminoid profile in turmeric using two LC–MS/MS platforms},
  author={Shuna Jin and Chengwu Song and Shuailong Jia and Sen Li and Yanwen Zhang and Cheng Chen and Yu-lin Feng and Yong Xu and Chao-mei Xiong and Yi Xiang and Hongliang Jiang},
  journal={Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis},
  year={2017},
  volume={132},
  pages={93–102}
}
Graphical abstract Figure. No Caption available. HighlightsA curcuminoid profile is established by two complementary LC–MS/MS platforms.Ninety‐six curcuminoids were fully characterized using the profile.The curcuminoid profile is successfully applied to the quality evaluation of turmeric. ABSTRACT Turmeric and curcuminoids are used as natural food coloring and functional food additives in various parts of the world. In this study, ninety‐six curcuminoids were fully characterized using a… Expand
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