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Glucosinolates: Transposing Trends of Identification Methods from Paper Chromatography to Microchip Analysis

Rohit Arora, Adarsh P Vig, and Saroj Arora
Department of Botanical and Environmental Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar-143005, Punjab, India
Abstract—Glucosinolates or β -thioglucoside N-hydroxysulfate are important class of secondary metabolites present in plants. This review is focused on providing a highlight over the advancements in the glucosinolate estimation methods. Initially, the estimation of the GSLs was dependent on the less specific and cheap methods of estimation using released glucose, test paper analysis, paper chromatography and thin layer chromatography. These methods were successfully superseded by HPLC, gas chromatography, mass spectrometry, etc., which have shown their accurate, reliable and reproducible results. But, some drawbacks are also associated with these methods like sophisticated operations and expensive instrumentation. Some light is also thrown over the latest methods, viz., strong ion exchange centrifugal partition chromatography and microchip analysis, having potential to be a successful alternate to the earlier methods Studies need to be conducted for improving non-HPLC methods of isolation for a rapid, accurate and a cheaper alternate.

Index Terms—glucosinolate, chromatographic methods, non-chromatographic methods, HPLC, Microchip

Cite: Rohit Arora, Adarsh P Vig, and Saroj Arora, "Glucosinolates: Transposing Trends of Identification Methods from Paper Chromatography to Microchip Analysis," International Journal of Pharma Medicine and Biological Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 42-61, January 2014.
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