2024
DOI: 10.1016/j.sajb.2023.12.019
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Untargeted metabolite profiling: A comprehensive study using data analysis workflow in Salvia L. species (Lamiaceae)

Navaz Kharazian,
Farzaneh Jafari Dehkordi,
Zahra Lorigooini
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“…They were tentatively identified as eriodictyol 7-O-glucoside (21, m/z 449.10893) and naringenin 7-O-glucoside (27, m/z 433.11402), confirmed by product ions m/z 287 and m/z 271, respectively, after the loss of the glucoside moiety. These structures were reported before from other Salvia species [26] and several mint taxa. [29,36]…”
Section: Flavonoidssupporting
confidence: 84%
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“…They were tentatively identified as eriodictyol 7-O-glucoside (21, m/z 449.10893) and naringenin 7-O-glucoside (27, m/z 433.11402), confirmed by product ions m/z 287 and m/z 271, respectively, after the loss of the glucoside moiety. These structures were reported before from other Salvia species [26] and several mint taxa. [29,36]…”
Section: Flavonoidssupporting
confidence: 84%
“…Other hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives were observed in cluster A or as self-looping nodes and represented as caffeic acid (8, m/z 179.03498) and its byproducts caffeoyl tartaric acid (caftaric acid) (6, m/z 311.04163) and caffeoyl malic acid (14, m/ z 295.04611), together with coumaroyl malic acid (16, m/z 279.05148), which were distributed in both populations (Table 3, Figure 2). It is worth noting that ferulic, caffeic, and coumaric acids, along with their glycosidic and malate derivatives, have been reported previously in some Salvia species, [25,26] but the detected malate substitutions are reported for the first time in S. lanigera now.…”
Section: Phenolic Acids and Derivativesmentioning
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