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Simultaneous determination and pharmacokinetic studies on (3,4-Dihydroxyphenyl)-lactic acid and protocatechuic aldehyde in rat serum after oral administration of Radix Salviae miltiorrhizae extract.

A simple and sensitive high-performance liquid chromatography method is developed for the simultaneous determination of (3,4-dihydroxyphenyl)-lactic acid (Dhpl) and protocatechuic aldehyde ( Pal) in rat serum after oral administration of Radix Salviae miltiorrhizae extract. Serum samples are acidified with hydrochloric acid and extracted with ethyl acetate. Analysis of the extract is performed on a reversed-phase column and a mobile phase of 0.02% phosphoric acid-acetonitrile (91:9, v/v) with UV detection at 280 nm. Standard curves are linear in the range of 1.47-456.96 microg/mL for Dhpl and 0.124-7.936 microg/mL for Pal. For both regression coefficients, r(2) is greater than 0.993. Mean recovery is determined to be 75.23% and 84.06%, respectively, by analyzing serum standard containing 7.14, 57.12, and 228.48 microg/mL of Dhpl and 0.124, 0.992, and 3.968 microg/mL of Pal. The intraday precision (relative standard deviation) ranges from 3.91% to 12.03% at concentrations of 1.43, 57.12, and 228.48 microg/mL for Dhpl and 3.79% to 8.12% at concentrations of 0.124, 0.992, and 3.968 microg/mL for Pal. The interday precision (relative standard deviation) ranges from 5.06% to 9.93% for Dhpl and 3.05% to 10.00% for Pal, respectively, at the same three concentrations. This validated assay is applied to the determination of Dhpl and Pal concentrations and used to take a limited view of the pharmacokinetic profile in rat serum after oral administration of Radix Salviae miltiorrhizae extract.[1]

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