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HPLC Analysis and Isolation of Rutin from Stem Bark of Ginkgo biloba L

@article{Ashok2013HPLCAA,
  title={HPLC Analysis and Isolation of Rutin from Stem Bark of Ginkgo biloba L},
  author={Praveen Kumar Ashok and Bhawana Saini},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={2},
  pages={68-71}
}
Ginkgo biloba L., a plant belongs to the Ginkgoaceae is characterized by a very wide spectrum of various plant constituents. Rutin is that the major flavonoid glycoside found in gingko is that the rhamno glucoside of the flavonoid quercetin has been referred to as vitamin P or the porousness issue. Many studies had been done for the isolation of rutin by completely different chromatographically methodology. During this study rutin was isolated from ginkgo bilobo by precipitation and fractional… 

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