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FINGERPRINT 1H- NMR BASED ON THE CHEMICAL PROFILING  OF COLOMBIAN  RED PROPOLIS
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Poster Title: FINGERPRINT 1H- NMR BASED ON THE CHEMICAL PROFILING OF COLOMBIAN RED PROPOLIS
Submitted on 10 Sep 2019
Author(s): Guillermo Salamanca Grosso; Monica Patricia Osorio Tangarife; David Garcia Mendez; Julien Wist
Affiliations: Universidad del Tolima/ Universidad del Valle, Colombia
This poster was presented at APIMONDIA 2019
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Abstract: The isolation of natural products requires elaborate procedures, different analytical tools are available to quantify those compounds after complete isolation from their matrix and purification, but not all molecules can easily be separated and purified without suffering irreversible alterations. the inspection of the 1H-NMR spectra allows one to obtain information regarding chemical heterogeneity of the sample as highlighted for the discrepant respect to resonance at the aliphatic and aromatic region. 1H-NMR is capable of detecting any component containing spin-active nuclei and can be used for the analysis for obtaining global information about complex samples. Colombian samples of red propolis colled in San Andres Isla at the Carribean sea was evaluade by NMR. fingerprint character show specific chemical metabolites.Summary: The scientific importance of propolis is due of their biological and therapeutically activity, that led to an increased interest in its chemical composition. Metabolomics today emerge as an important tool for characterization and quantification of the large number of metabolites present in biological systems. This new area of science approaches useful in quality control, chemotaxonomy and chemical ecology.References: Alencar SM, Oldoni TLC, Castro ML, Cabral IS, Costa-Neto CM, Cury JA, et al. Chemical composition and biological activity of a new type of Brazilian propolis: Red propolis. J Ethnopharmacol 2007; 113: 278-283.

Cuesta-Rubio O, Piccinelli AL, Fernandez MC, Hernández IM, Rosado A, Rastrelli L. Chemical characterization of Cuban propolis by HPLC-PDA, HPLC-MS, and NMR: The brown, red, and yellow Cuban varieties of propolis. J Agric Food Chem 2007; 55: 7502-7509.
Luciane CorbelliniRufatto, Denis Amiltondos Santos, lávioMarinho1João Antonio Pêgas Henriques, MarianaRoesch Ely, Sidnei Moura, Red propolis: Chemical composition and pharmacological activity. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine
Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2017, Pages 591-598
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