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Fig. 1 | AMB Express

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From: Bioconversion of curcumin into calebin-A by the endophytic fungus Ovatospora brasiliensis EPE-10 MTCC 25236 associated with Curcuma caesia

Fig. 1

Images of a rhizome of Curcuma caesia, and chopped pieces of rhizome of Curcuma caesia. b HPTLC chromatograms. Left four lanes are viewed in 254 nm and right four lanes are viewed in 366 nm. Lanes 1 and 2 in each respectively are ethyl acetate extract and lane 4 in each methanol extract. Lanes 1 and 2 in each respectively represent extracts of 8 and 14 month old rhizomes. Lane 3 in each represents standard calebin-A. Lane 4 in each represents methanolic extract of 14 month old rhizomes. c HP-TLC profile of column purified calebin-A from 14 months old rhizomes of C. caesia. HP-TLC plates were scanned at 254 and 366 nm. Lane 1 and 5 are calebin-A standard, lanes 2 to 4 are column elutes after purification

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