Comparison of different Rhodiola species using NMR- metabolomics, HPTLC and DNA barcoding techniques

Booker, A., Zhai, L., Gkouva, C., Li, S., Frommenwiler, D., Reich, E., Howard, C., Sgamma, T., Williams, S., Slater, A. and Heinrich, M. 2016. Comparison of different Rhodiola species using NMR- metabolomics, HPTLC and DNA barcoding techniques. 9th Joint Natural Products Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark 24 - 27 Jul 2016 Georg Thieme Verlag. doi:10.1055/s-0036-1597026

TitleComparison of different Rhodiola species using NMR- metabolomics, HPTLC and DNA barcoding techniques
AuthorsBooker, A., Zhai, L., Gkouva, C., Li, S., Frommenwiler, D., Reich, E., Howard, C., Sgamma, T., Williams, S., Slater, A. and Heinrich, M.
TypeConference poster
Abstract

Medicinal Rhodiola species, including Rhodiola rosea L. and Rhodiola crenulata (Hongjingtian红景天) have been widely used as herbal medicines with numerous claims for their therapeutic effects. These products are registered by a number as pharmaceuticals and throughout China Rhodiola is also taken for wellness and is registered as a self-medicated wellness product for ‘blood-boosting and heart-strengthening.’ However other species exist that may be found as adulterants in the value chain, these include Rhodiola quadrifida (Pall.) Fisch. & C.A.Mey, Rhodiola sachalinensis Borris, and Rhodiola fastigiata (Hook. f. & Thomson) S.H. Fu.
Faced with resource depletion, environment destruction and higher demand, R. rosea and R. crenulata are becoming scarce around theworld. This scarcity may add
to their economic value, but also increases the risk of adulteration and poor quality (Booker et al. 2015).

KeywordsRhodiola, HPTLC, Metabolomics, DNA Barcoding
Year2016
Conference9th Joint Natural Products Conference
PublisherGeorg Thieme Verlag
Accepted author manuscriptGADenmark2016posterFinal.pdf
Publication dates
Published14 Dec 2016
JournalPlanta Medica
Journal citation82 (Supp. 1), p. P1050
ISSN0032-0943
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1055/s-0036-1597026
Web address (URL) of conference proceedingshttp://www.conferencemanager.dk/JointNaturalProductsConference2016/home.html

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