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Fig. 2

From: Pharmacokinetics and tissue distribution of monotropein and deacetyl asperulosidic acid after oral administration of extracts from Morinda officinalis root in rats

Fig. 2

Representative chromatograms of analytes from rat plasma and tissue. Blank plasma and tissue sample: (a) plasma, (b) liver, (c) stomach, (d) kidney, (e) uterus, (f) heart, (g) small intestine, (h) large intestine, (i) spleen, (j) lung, (k) thymus, (l) hypothalamus, (m) ovary, (n) testis, and (o) marrow. (p) actual sample plasma at 2 h after orally administration of 100 mg/kg MOIG, (q) hypothalamus sample obtained at 2 h after oral administration of 100 mg/kg MOIG, and (r) was IS (10 ng/mL). Peak 1 was MON and peak 2 was DA, and peak 3 was acetaminophen (IS)

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