HPTLC Finger Printing of some Ethnomedicinally Important Wrightia Species

Author(s): Madhu C. Divakar and S. Lakshmi Devi

The paper presents HPTLC finger printing studies on two ethnomedicinally important wrightia species, viz., Wrightia tinctoria and Wrightia arborea. The high performance thin layer chromatographic finger print parameters have been developed for methanolic lead extracts to fix standards. At shorter (254 nm) and longer (366 nm) wavelength, the resolution was better for these extracts and hence, these wavelengths can be taken for obtaining optimum HPTLC finger printing for this medicinal plant.

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