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Caracterización de propóleo rojo de la zona insular de San Andrés, Colombia, mediante resonancia magnética nuclear protónica
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Poster Title: Caracterización de propóleo rojo de la zona insular de San Andrés, Colombia, mediante resonancia magnética nuclear protónica
Submitted on 26 Sep 2018
Author(s): Guillermo Salamanca Grosso; Monica Patricia Osorio Tangarife; David Fernando García Mendez; Julien Wist
Affiliations: Universidad del Tolima/Universidad del Vale
This poster was presented at VI Escuela Latinoamericana de Resonancia Magnetica Nuclear
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Abstract: Se ha estudiado el patron de desplazamiento de los metabolitos presentes en muestras de propóleo rojo colombiano. En las muestras evaluadas el espectro 1H-RMN revela la presencia de Artepillin C, Gutiferona E y Liquiritigenina, Biochanina A, Formononetina y Medicarpina A. ferúlico, Daidzeina, Luteolina, Neovestitol y Vestitol.Summary: Se ha estudiado el patron de desplazamiento de los metabolitos presentes en muestras de propóleo rojo colombiano. En las muestras evaluadas el espectro 1H-RMN revela la presencia de Artepillin C, Gutiferona E y Liquiritigenina, Biochanina A, Formononetina y Medicarpina A. ferúlico, Daidzeina, Luteolina, Neovestitol y Vestitol.References: Metabolic Profiling and Classification of Propolis Samples from Southern Brazil: An NMR-Based Platform Coupled with Machine Learning. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.5b00315.

Chemical Characterization of Cuban Propolis by HPLC−PDA, HPLC−MS, and NMR: the Brown, Red, and Yellow Cuban. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2007, 55, 7502−7509.
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