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Title: Qualitative and quantitative analysis of Ukrainian Iris species: A fresh look on their content and biological activities
Authors: Mykhailenko, O.
Korinek, M.
Ivanauskas, L.
Bezruk, I.
Myhal, A.
Petrikaitė, V.
Shazly, M.
Yen, C.-H.
Chen, B.-H.
Georgiyants, V.
Hwang, T.-L.
Keywords: Iris rhizomes;HPLC-DAD;UPLC–MS/MS;phenolic compounds;HPLC-ABTS;antioxidant;anti-inflammatory;anti-allergic;cytotoxic;coronavirus 229E;кореневище ірису;фенольні сполуки;антиоксидант;протизапальний;антиалергічний;цитотоксичний;ВЕРХ-ДАД;кореневище ириса;фенольные соединения;антиоксидант;противоспалительный;противоаллергический;цитотоксический;ВЭЖХ-ДАД
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Molecules, Section: Natural Products Chemistry, Special Issue: Phytotherapy: Medicinal Plants and Natural Products in Healthcare Molecules
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Qualitative and quantitative analysis of Ukrainian Iris species: A fresh look on their content and biological activities / O. Mykhailenko, M. Korinek, L. Ivanauskas, I. Bezruk, A. Myhal, V. Petrikaitė, M. Shazly, C.-H. Yen, B.-H. Chen, V. Georgiyants, T.-L. Hwang // Molecules. - 2020. - № 25 (19). - Р. 4588 (24p.). doi :
Abstract: The major groups of antioxidant compounds (isoflavonoids, xanthones, hydroxycinnamic acids) in the rhizome methanol extracts of four Ukrainian Iris sp. (Iris pallida, Iris hungarica, Iris sibirica, and Iris variegata) were qualitatively and quantitatively analyzed using HPLC-DAD and UPLC-MS/MS. Gallic acid, caffeic acid, mangiferin, tectoridin, irigenin, iristectorigenin B, irisolidone, 5,6-dihydroxy-7,8,3',5'-tetramethoxyisoflavone, irisolidone-7-O-β-d-glucopyranoside, germanaism B, and nigricin were recognized by comparing their UV/MS spectra, chromatographic retention time (tR) with those of standard reference compounds. I. hungarica and I. variegata showed the highest total amount of phenolic compounds. Germanaism B was the most abundant component in the rhizomes of I. variegata (7.089 ± 0.032 mg/g) and I. hungarica (6.285 ± 0.030 mg/g). The compound analyses showed good calibration curve linearity (r2 > 0.999) and low detection and quantifications limit. These results validated the method for its use in the simultaneous quantitative evaluation of phenolic compounds in the studied Iris sp. I. hungarica and I. variegata rhizomes exhibited antioxidant activity, as demonstrated by the HPLC-ABTS system and NRF2 expression assay and anti-inflammatory activity on respiratory burst in human neutrophils. Moreover, the extracts showed anti-allergic and cytotoxic effects against cancer cells. Anti-coronavirus 229E and lipid formation activities were also evaluated. In summary, potent antioxidant marker compounds were identified in the examined Iris sp.
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