José González1*, Enrique Gómez2 , Julio C Pérez3 , Max Monan4 and Frantz François-Haugrin 4
1Facultad de Educación en Ciencias Técnicas, UCP "Enrique José Varona", La Habana,
2Instituto de Farmacia y Alimentos, Universidad de La Habana, La Habana, Cuba
3Centro Nacional de Toxicología (CENATOX), Hospital Militar "Carlos J. Finlay", La Habana, Cuba
4ARVARNAM, Martinica, France
*Corresponding Author:José González, Facultad de Educación en Ciencias Técnicas, UCP "Enrique José Varona", La Habana, Cuba.
Received: January 25, 2022; Published: March 28, 2022
Using different extraction solvents, a preliminary chemical profile of the leaves from Morus alba L. that grow in Cuba was done. Chromatographic characterization after extraction with Ethyl Acetate, Hexane, Ethanol at 30%, EtOH 50% and EtOH 80% from three section of the leaves (low, middle, high) by GCMS-QP 2010 Ultra Shimadzu were matched with NIST libraries after samples de- rivatization. Higher amount of chemical components was get by the extraction with hexane, while the lowest was with EtOH at 30%. Rotenone, a flavonoid that belongs to Rotenoids subgroup was detected only five times into the extracts.
Keywords:Morus alba L; Chemical Profile; GC-MS; Leaves; Sections; Extracts
Citation: José González., et al. “Chemical Profile of the Leaves from Morus alba L. Using GC-MS".Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 6.4 (2022): 141-143.
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