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Aerial parts of Linaria reflexa, used in North African folk medicine for treating certain skin diseases, were investigated by HPLC–DAD–ESI/MS technique able to identify the glycosyl flavonoids pectolinarin (1), isolinariin A (2), isolinariin B (3), linariin (4), isolinariin D (5) and isolinariin E (6) as the most abundant components in both hydroalcoholic (HAE) and ultrasound-assisted (UAE) extracts profiles. Metabolite 5, isolated and fully characterised by extensive nuclear magnetic resonancedoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4502780 fatcat:m7gutq3zmffypf5yoeoy7edzyi