In vitro chondroprotective potential of Senna alata and Senna tora in porcine cartilage explants and their species differentiation by DNA barcoding-high resolution melting (Bar-HRM) analysis

@inproceedings{Ongchai2019InVC,
  title={In vitro chondroprotective potential of Senna alata and Senna tora in porcine cartilage explants and their species differentiation by DNA barcoding-high resolution melting (Bar-HRM) analysis},
  author={Siriwan Ongchai and Chatchadawalai Chokchaitaweesuk and Patiwat Kongdang and Siriwadee Chomdej and Kittisak Buddhachat},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2019}
}
Senna species and anthraquinone derivatives generated by these organisms, rhein and aloe-emodin, exert anti-inflammatory effects. These species present a similar morphology but produce different ingredients when they are used as medicinal products. In this study, a DNA barcoding- (Bar-) high-resolution melting (HRM) technique was developed using internal transcribed sequence 2 (ITS2) to differentiate between Senna alata and Senna tora as a result of significant differences in their melting… CONTINUE READING

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