The use of natural products, such as herbal medicines, for the prevention and treatment of diseases has become increasingly popular in recent years. However, concerns about the safety, efficacy, and quality of these products remain, as there is a risk of adulteration and substitution of plant materials.
High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) is the modern version of TLC wherein the principles are the same but the practice is fully automated and GLP/USP/EP compliant.
Words ‘Plant pigments’ and ‘chromatography’ reminds us of the beginning of chromatographic science. A Russian Botanist ‘Mikhail Tsvet’ invented chromatography in the 19 th century during his research on the separation of plant pigments.
HPTLC is one of the most effective chromatographic techniques for analyzing herbal samples. Here are a few herbal applications. Enquire Now!
HPTLC in herbal drug analysis Herbal drugs are gaining popularity nowadays as it has a reputation of being clean, organic and safe for consumption due to their natural source and ingredients. Herbal drugs are used as supplements. They consist of health systems such as...
HPTLC Fingerprinting High Performance Thin Layer chromatography is a versatile technique with applications in herbals, food, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals. What is HPTLC Fingerprinting? HPTLC Fingerprinting is the representation of the phytochemical...