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Quantification of Flavonoids and Nucleoside by UPLC-MS in Indian Cordyceps sinensis and its invitro Cultures
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research
Cordyceps sinensis, a comestible mushroom growing in Himalayan regions, is extensively familar in traditional system of medicine. The paper presents the results of quantification of some of the flavonoids and nucleosides (kaempferol, isorhamnetin and cordycepin) in the Indian variety of Cordyceps sinensis. Since, the plant is known for its high therapeutic potential and not easily available, hence it was also tissue cultured in the laboratory as an alternative source of medicine. Methods: Ultradoi:10.5530/ijper.49.4s.7 fatcat:f7w65hyfgzf5fjfx4kr3afx7la