Solvent effects on extraction and HPLC analysis of soybean isoflavones and variations of isoflavone compositions as affected by crop season.

@article{Tsai2007SolventEO,
  title={Solvent effects on extraction and HPLC analysis of soybean isoflavones and variations of isoflavone compositions as affected by crop season.},
  author={Hui-Su Tsai and Li-Ju Huang and Yu-Hsuan Lai and Ju-Chun Chang and Ruey-Shing Lee and Robin Y-Y Chiou},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={55 19},
  pages={7712-5}
}
Spring (February to June) and fall (August to December) crops of soybean grown yearly in Taiwan with reverse temperature patterns provide a novel model to assess the effect of the crop season. In this study, three soybean cultivars, namely CH 1, VS-KS 2, and HBS, were grown for 2001 fall, 2002 spring, 2003 fall, 2004 spring, 2004 fall, and 2005 spring crops. The harvested and sun-dried soybeans were lyophilized, pulverized, and stored at -25 degrees C until HPLC analyses of isoflavone… CONTINUE READING