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Ingo Mayer Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
1 protocol

Sauro Bianchi Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
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Ivana Kroslakova
  • Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph. D in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2006

Current position

Research associate at Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Wädenswil, Switzerland

Publications (since 2014)

  1. Kroslakova, I., Pedrussio, S. and Wolfram, E. (2016). Direct Coupling of HPTLC with MALDI-TOF MS for Qualitative Detection of Flavonoids on Phytochemical Fingerprints. Phytochem Anal 27(3-4): 222-228.

  2. Bianchi, S., Kroslakova, I., Janzon, R., Mayer, I., Saake, B. and Pichelin, F. (2015). Characterization of condensed tannins and carbohydrates in hot water bark extracts of European softwood species. Phytochemistry 120: 53-61.

  3. Smrke, S., Kroslakova, I., Gloess, A. N. and Yeretzian, C. (2015). Differentiation of degrees of ripeness of Catuai and Tipica green coffee by chromatographical and statistical techniques. Food Chem 174: 637-642.

  4. Bianchi, S., Gloess, A. N., Kroslakova, I., Mayer, I. and Pichelin, F. (2014). Analysis of the structure of condensed tannins in water extracts from bark tissues of Norway spruce (Picea abies [Karst.]) and Silver fir (Abies alba [Mill.]) using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. Industrial Crops and Products 61: 430-437.
1 Protocol published
Determination of Molecular Structures of Condensed Tannins from Plant Tissues Using HPLC-UV Combined with Thiolysis and MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry
Authors:  Sauro Bianchi, Ivana Kroslakova and Ingo Mayer, date: 10/20/2016, view: 2425, Q&A: 0
Condensed tannins extracted from plant tissues are suitable substitutes for phenolic resins. Their molecular structure, which might influence their chemical reactivity, can be assessed by the use of both HPLC-UV after acid thiolysis and MALDI-TOF ...