Novel insight into qualitative standardization of Polygoni avicularis herba (Ph. Eur.).

  title={Novel insight into qualitative standardization of Polygoni avicularis herba (Ph. Eur.).},
  author={Sebastian Granica and Jakub P. Piwowarski and Magdalena Popławska and Marta Jakubowska and Joanna Borzym and Anna K. Kiss},
  journal={Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis},
Quantitative and qualitative investigations of pharmacopoeial plant material polygoni avicularis herba by UHPLC-CAD and UHPLC-ESI-MS methods.
  • S. Granica
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    Phytochemical analysis : PCA
  • 2015
The results indicate that the pharmacopoeial approach to the authentication and standardisation of Polygonum aviculare herb should be revised and the developed procedure may be used for the routineStandardisation of common knotgrass.
Comprehensive determination of nine polyphenols in Polygoni Avicularis Herba with a new HPLC–DAD method and their correlation with the antioxidant activities
A simple high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method was established for identification and quantification of nine polyphenols (gallic acid, chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, myricetrin,
Polygonum aviculare L. (Polygonaceae)
The plant wildly grown on the Mediterranean coastal regions of Egypt showed the presence of tannins, saponins, flavonoids, alkaloids and sesquiterpenes, and the major phytoconstituents in the whole herb from Poland were identified.
Identification of Antioxidative Constituents from Polygonum aviculare using LC-MS Coupled with DPPH Assay
A method for simultaneously identifying antioxidative compounds was developed using time-based LC-MS coupled with DPPH assay regardless of the time consuming process. The methanolic extract of
In Vitro Study of Two Edible Polygonoideae Plants: Phenolic Profile, Cytotoxicity, and Modulation of Keap1-Nrf2 Gene Expression
The combined approach of extracts and D could emerge as a potential pathway of chemotherapy improvement because of the observed synergisms linked to the interference with apoptosis, cell cycle, and expression of Keap1-Nrf2 genes involved in cytoprotection.


Flavonoid composition of the herb Polygonum aviculare
Polygonum aviculare L. is an annual herbaceous plant of the family Polygonaceae and is widely distributed in Europe, the Caucases, Siberia, and Central Asia [1]. It contains tanning agents [2],
Comparative study on the free flavonoid aglycones in herbs of different species of Polygonum L.
  • H. Smolarz
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    Acta poloniae pharmaceutica
  • 2002
The flavonoid aglycones were studied in the herbs of the following taxons of the Polygonum L. by means of the RP-HPLC method and the content of taxifolin, quercetin, quERCetin-3-methyl ether, kaempferol, myritcet in, luteolin, isorhamnetin and rhamnetsin were determined.
Phenolic compounds from several Polygonum species
The genus Polygonum L. (Polygonaceae) is represented in the flora of Siberia by 23 species that are used to treat inflammatory diseases of the kidneys and gastrointestinal tract. P. aviculare, the
Enhancement of antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Dianthus superbus, Polygonum aviculare, Sophora flavescens, and Lygodium japonicum by pressure-assisted water extraction
The results suggest that the PAWE can be an appropriate extraction method for enhancing biological and pharmaceutical properties of medicinal plants.
Flavonoid glycosides in nine Polygonum L. taxons
The content of fourteen flavonoid glycosides was determined and Reversed Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography was applied for separation, identification and quantitative determination of these compounds.
The Flavonoids from Polygonum aviculare.
A new flavonoid, 5, 3'-dihydroxy-4'-O-angeloxyflavone-7-O-β-D-glucopyranoside 1 has been isolated from Polygonum aviculare, together with quercetin -3-O-α-L-arabifuranoside (2, avicularin),
Effects of polygonum aviculare herbal extract on proliferation and apoptotic gene expression of MCF-7
Results showed that Polygonum avicular induced cytotoxicity in MCF-7 cell line at concentrations higher than 300 ng/µl and this was confirmed by the highest rate of cell death as measured by Trypan Blue and MTT assays.
Flavonoids in the leaves of twenty-eight polygonaceous plants
Rumex Acetosella andPolygonum suffultum are exceptional, the former contains flavone glycoside and the latterC-glycosylflavones only, as main components.