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Fig. 1 | BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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From: Mechanism(s) of action underlying the gastroprotective effect of ethyl acetate fraction obtained from the crude methanolic leaves extract of Muntingia calabura

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a and b: HPLC analysis of MEMC, PEF and EAF carried out at the wavelength 330 nm revealed the presence of the quercetin at λmax 255.5-370.6 nm at RT 3.696 min. Spiking of quercetin with the extracts increased the peak area, corresponding to the same λmax value of the compounds. c and d:HPLC fingerprinting of MEMC, PEF and EAF at the 280 nm wavelength revealed the presence of the gallicacid at λmax 216.6-272.0 nm at RT 4.204 min. Spiking of gallic acid with the extracts increased the peak area, corresponding to the same λmax value of the compounds

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