Comparative Evaluation of Chemical Profiles of Pyrrosiae Folium Originating from Three Pyrrosia Species by HPLC-DAD Combined with Multivariate Statistical Analysis

  title={Comparative Evaluation of Chemical Profiles of Pyrrosiae Folium Originating from Three Pyrrosia Species by HPLC-DAD Combined with Multivariate Statistical Analysis},
  author={Wei Xiao and Y Peng and Zhexu Tan and Qiuyue Lv and Chi-On Chan and Jingyu Yang and Sibao Chen},
  journal={Molecules : A Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry},
  • W. Xiao, Y. Peng, Sibao Chen
  • Published 1 December 2017
  • Chemistry
  • Molecules : A Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry
Pyrrosiae Folium (PF) is a commonly used Chinese herb medicine originating from three Pyrrosia species for the treatment of urinary infection and urolithiasis. According to Chinese medicine practice, different specie origins led to some variations in the therapeutic effects of PF. To ensure the safety and efficacy of PF in clinical practice, it is necessary to establish a reliable and integrative method to distinguish PF occurring from the three species. In the present paper, a HPLC–DAD method… 

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