Comprehensive analysis of Cirsium spinosissimum Scop., a wild alpine food plant.

@article{Abbet2014ComprehensiveAO,
  title={Comprehensive analysis of Cirsium spinosissimum Scop., a wild alpine food plant.},
  author={Christian Abbet and Ivan Slacanin and Elisabetta Corradi and Maria De Mieri and Matthias Hamburger and Olivier Potterat},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={160},
  pages={
          165-70
        }
}
Plants which have been traditionally eaten by alpine populations may provide new opportunities of agricultural development for mountain regions. In this context we investigated the chemical composition of Cirsium spinosissimum (Asteraceae), a perennial thistle. Its receptacles were eaten by shepherds in Valais (Switzerland). Extracts of aerial parts were subjected to a comprehensive metabolite profiling, using a dereplication platform, combining HPLC-PDA-MS and offline microprobe NMR analysis… Expand
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