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Table 2 Identification and Quantification of phenolic compounds in E. umbellata Thunb. fruit Me-Ext/fractions

From: Phytochemical analysis and antidiabetic potential of Elaeagnus umbellata (Thunb.) in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats: pharmacological and computational approach

Sample Extract No. of Peak Retention time (min) Phenolic compounds Identity HPLC-UV λmax (nm) Peak Area of sample Peak Area of standard Concentration (μg/ml) Identification Reference
Me.Ext 1 2.7 Malic acid 320 434.5 40.3 9.7 Standard
2 4.3 Gallic acid 320 25.3 195.4 0.1 Standard
3 4.6 Vitamin C 320 18.2 22.4 0.7 Standard
4 6.0 Chlorogenic acid 320 331.6 12.9 23.1 Standard
5 8.9 Epigallocatechin gallate 320 972.0 72.6 12.1 Standard
6 10.3 Quercetin 320 1849.2 90.9 18.3 Standard
7 12.3 Morin 320 25.7 2.0 11.5 Standard
8 16.7 Elagic acid 320 36.4 319.2 0.1 Standard
9 20.0 Catechin hydrate 320 226.5 78.0 2.6 Standard
10 22.7 Rutin 320 69.4 22.4 2.8 Standard
11 28.1 Pyrogallol 320 11.8 1.0 10.5 Standard
12 30.4 Mandelic acid 320 34.2 72.0 0.4 Standard
Chf-Ext 1 6.0 Chlorogenic acid 320 126.5 12.9 8.8 Standard
2 8.9 Epigallocatechin gallate 320 4706.1 7261.5 58.3 Standard
3 10.3 Quercetin 320 899.1 9089.3 8.9 Standard
4 12.3 Morin 320 63.6 11.5 5.0 Standard
5 16.7 Elagic acid 320 148.0 319.2 0.4 Standard
6 20.0 Catechin hydrate 320 3449.0 78.0 39.8 Standard
7 22.7 Rutin 320 1126.2 2241.2 45.2 Standard
8 28.1 Pyrogallol 320 58.5 1.0 52.1 Standard
EtAc-Ext 1 4.3 Gallic acid 320 966.3 195.4 4.5 Standard
2 10.3 Quercetin 320 1302.0 90.9 12.9 Standard
3 22.7 Rutin 320 355.0 22.4 14.3 Standard
4 28.1 Pyrogallol 320 53.3 1.0 47.5 Standard
5 30.4 Mandelic acid 320 488.7 72.0 6.1 Standard