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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: CONTROL MECHANISMS FOR MYCOTOXIN PREVENTION IN PEANUTS AND THEIR ROTATION CROPS

Location: Peanut Research

Title: Study of Photoisomerization and Separation of Spermidine Conjugate Photoisomers by HPLC

Authors
item Sobolev, Victor
item Sy, Arlene - UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
item Gloer, James - UNIVEERSITY OF IOWA

Submitted to: Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: September 22, 2008
Publication Date: September 22, 2008
Citation: Sobolev, V., Sy, A.A., Gloer, J.B. 2008. Study of Photoisomerization and Separation of Spermidine Conjugate Photoisomers by HPLC. Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists.

Interpretive Summary: none required.

Technical Abstract: A new spermidine triamide derivative has been isolated from peanut flowers and identified as N1-acetyl-N5, N10-di-p-(EE)-coumaroylspermidine on the basis of detailed analysis of NMR, MS, and UV data. Two other spermidine conjugates, N1, N5, N10-tri-p-(EEE)-coumaroylspermidine and di-p-(EE)-coumaroylspermidine that have been previously reported in organs of other plants, have been found in this study as well. The dynamics of photoisomerization in the spermidine conjugates have been investigated, which was made possible with the effective HPLC separation of the photoisomers.

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