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Lignans Analysis

Lignans Analysis

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Creative Proteomics provides identification and quantification of lignans based on mass spectrometry (MS) technology, with sufficient robustness, sensitivity and high resolution.

Overview

Lignans are a kind of natural organic compounds formed by polymerization of 2 or 3 molecules of phenylpropyl groups in different forms, which are mostly distributed in angiosperms and gymnosperms. More than 200 lignans and more than 100 new lignans have been obtained from the plant kingdom. The traditional Chinese medicine Schisandra, Acanthopanax senticosus, Liaogewang, Trachelospermi, Burdock Seed, Polygala, Forsythia, Safflower, Asarum, etc., all contain lignans. In plants, lignans exist in the form of free or glycosides, and most of them have optical activity. They are anti-cancer, anti-fungal, insecticidal, white blood cell increase, alanine aminotransferase reduction, liver protection, cough relieving, diarrhea has a wide range of applications. Mass spectrometry is a sensitive analysis technique. Even at low abundance, it can detect, identify and quantify various plant lignans by measuring its mass and characterizing its chemical structure. MS instruments can be combined with gas chromatography (GC) or liquid chromatography (LC) to effectively separate organic molecules from complex samples. A comprehensive analysis of plant lignans helps to clarify how plants respond to different conditions such as mutations, stress, and lignan treatments.

Applications of Lignans Analysis

  • Reveal mechanisms of plant development
  • Uncover plant's responses to biotic and abiotic stresses
  • Safety assessment of crops
  • Crop improvement

Advantages of Our Lignans Analysis Service

Rich experience in plant sample handling and analysis of various lignans

Enable analysis of lignans present in a variety of plant species at cell/tissue level

Accurate quantification of lignans with LC-MS and GC-MS

Flexible statistical analysis and bioinformatics analysis

Service Workflow

Since different tissues have different matrix properties, Creative Proteomics has developed multiple novel sample preparation techniques. Our services allow the profiling of more than 100 plant lignans, including cubebin, arctiin, isotaxiresinol, phillyrin, etc.

Figure 1. Lignans analysis service workflow.

Mode: MRM

Precision: pmol

Linear: R2 > 0.99

Analysis content:

  • Standard curve creation
  • Raw data preprocessing
  • Absolute quantitative and qualitative analysis of tannins.
  • Differential metabolite screening

List of Detectable Lignans at Creative Proteomics

LignansCubebin
Arctiin
Isotaxiresinol
Phillyrin

Sample Requirements

We can accept a variety of samples, including plant samples, food, medicine, etc. Please contact our technical staff for specific sample requirements

Deliverables

  • Experimental procedures
  • The parameters of liquid chromatograph and mass spectrometer
  • Extract mitochondria and purified protein samples
  • Purity analysis report
  • MS raw data files and MS data quality inspection
  • Metabolite quantitative data
  • Analysis report of total lignans

Mass spectrometry-based profiling of lignans enables quantitative analyses of plant lignans in a faster, convenient, and sensitive manner. With decades of experience in mass spectrometry services, Creative Proteomics has a proven track record supporting diverse lignans detection and quantification. We can meet your specific project requirements, from sampling to bioinformatics.

References

  1. Frank Cullmann, Andreas Schmidt, et al. Lignans from the liverworts Lepidozia incurvata, Chiloscyphus polyanthos and Jungermannia exsertifolia ssp. cordifolia. Phytochemistry, 2019, 52(19): 1647-1650.
  2. Bao-Hua Yang, Wei-Dong Zhang, et al. Lignans from Bark of Larix olgensis var. koreana, Journal of Natural Products, 2019, 68(8): 1175–1179.
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