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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 8 Identified Phenolic acid and Flavonoids of Black goji berry

From: Current findings and future prospective of high-value trans Himalayan medicinal plant Lycium ruthenicum Murr: a systematic review

Sr. No. Phenolic acid and Flavonoids References
94. Ampelopsin glucoside [18]
95. Catechin [54]
96 Quercetin [3]
97 Myricetin [3]
98. Quercetin-3-O-rutinoside/ Rutin [18, 41]
99. Kaempferol [3]
100. Kaempferol-O-rutinoside [41]
101. Isorhamnetin-O-rutinoside [41]
102. Quercetin-O-rutinoside-hexose [41]
103 Quercetin-rhamno-dihexoside [3]
104 4-Caffeoylquinic acid [18]
105 4,5-di-O- caffeoylquinic acid [41]
106 trans- caffeoylquinic acid [41]
107 1,3-dicaffeoylquinic acid [18]
108 3,4-di-O- caffeoylquinic acid [41]
109 3,5-di-O- caffeoylquinic acid [41]
110 trans-neo- caffeoylquinic acid [41]
111 trans-crypto- caffeoylquinic acid [41]
112 4-(p-cumaroyl)-methyl-L- rhamnoside [3]
113 Caffeic acid [54]
114 p-Coumaric acid [3]
115 Ferulic acid [3]
116 Vanillic acid [3]
117 Protocatechuic acid [3]
118 Syringic acid [54]
119 Chlorogenic acid [3, 18, 41]
120 Gallic acid [54]
121 Phloretin [53]
122 Protocatechuate [53]
123 Syringate [53]
124 Ellagic acid [53]
125 Naringenin [53]
126 ruthenicunoid A [44]
127 proanthocyanidins-B2 [52]
128 O-hydroxybenzene acetic acid [52]
129 2,4-dihydroxybenzoic [52]
130 proanthocyanidins-A2 [52]
131 veratronic acid [52]
132 Naringin [52]
133 Hesperidin [52]