Metabolite profiling for caffeic acid oligomers in Satureja biflora

  title={Metabolite profiling for caffeic acid oligomers in Satureja biflora},
  author={S. Moghadam and S. Ebrahimi and F. Gafner and John B. Ochola and Rose M. Marubu and W. Lwande and B. F. Haller and P. Salehi and M. Hamburger},
  journal={Industrial Crops and Products},
Satureja biflora, known as “lemon savory”, grows widely in Southern and Eastern parts of Africa. The plant has been used in Kenyan and Tanzanian traditional medicine as an antimicrobial, spasmolytic, diuretic, analgesic, and cicatrizing herb. Except for the composition of the essential oil no phytochemical data have been reported. Phytochemical profiling of the methanolic extract by a combination of chromatographic methods afforded nine phenolic compounds. Their structures were established by… Expand
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