Tissue-Specific Accumulation of Sulfur Compounds and Saponins in Different Parts of Garlic Cloves from Purple and White Ecotypes

@article{Diretto2017TissueSpecificAO,
  title={Tissue-Specific Accumulation of Sulfur Compounds and Saponins in Different Parts of Garlic Cloves from Purple and White Ecotypes},
  author={G. Diretto and {\'A}. Rubio-Moraga and J. Argando{\~n}a and P. Castillo and L. G{\'o}mez-G{\'o}mez and O. Ahrazem},
  journal={Molecules : A Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={22}
}
This study set out to determine the distribution of sulfur compounds and saponin metabolites in different parts of garlic cloves. Three fractions from purple and white garlic ecotypes were obtained: the tunic (SS), internal (IS) and external (ES) parts of the clove. Liquid Chromatography coupled to High Resolution Mass spectrometry (LC-HRMS), together with bioinformatics including Principal Component Analysis (PCA), Hierarchical Clustering (HCL) and correlation network analyses were carried out… Expand
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