Intensified Separation of Steviol Glycosides from a Crude Aqueous Extract of Stevia rebaudiana Leaves Using Centrifugal Partition Chromatography.

@article{Hubert2015IntensifiedSO,
  title={Intensified Separation of Steviol Glycosides from a Crude Aqueous Extract of Stevia rebaudiana Leaves Using Centrifugal Partition Chromatography.},
  author={J. Hubert and N. Borie and S. Chollet and J. Perret and Claire Barbet-Massin and M. Berger and J. Dayd{\'e} and J. Renault},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={2015},
  volume={81 17},
  pages={
          1614-20
        }
}
Aqueous extracts of Stevia rebaudiana leaves have been approved since 2008 by the Joint Expert Committee for Food Additives as sugar substitutes in many food and beverages in Western and Far East Asian countries. The compounds responsible for the natural sweetness of Stevia leaves include a diversity of diterpenoid glycosides derived from a steviol skeleton. These steviol glycosides also exhibit a low calorific value as well as promising therapeutic applications, particularly for the treatment… Expand
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