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The fingerprint chromatograms of E. koreanum Nakai and E. pubescens Maxim were established by UPLC. The results showed that the fingerprints of two species were significantly different. There were 35 common peaks in crude drug of E. koreanum Nakai in which 26 peaks were identified, and 13 common peaks in crude drug of E. pubescens Maxim in which 9 peaks were identified, by MS respectively. Additionally, there were 5 differences in fingerprint between crude drug and processed product. Thisdoi:10.6023/a1105271 fatcat:3k2lqdjvkbhalhlwk5ld5oe32u