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An Optimized Two-Dimensional Quantitative Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Strategy for the Rapid Quantitation of Diester-Type C19-Diterpenoid Alkaloids from Aconitum carmichaelii

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posted on 2023-05-20, 12:43 authored by Qiao Lin, Chunwang Meng, Jie Liu, Fei Liu, Qinmei Zhou, Juan Liu, Cheng Peng, Liang Xiong
With the development of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers and probes, two-dimensional quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance (2D qNMR) technology with a high signal resolution and great application potential has become increasingly accessible for the quantitation of complex mixtures. However, the requirement that the relaxation recovery time be equal to at least five times T1 (longitudinal relaxation time) makes it difficult for 2D qNMR to simultaneously achieve high quantitative accuracy and high data acquisition efficiency. By comprehensively using relaxation optimization and nonuniform sampling, we successfully established an optimized 2D qNMR strategy for HSQC experiments at the half-hour level and then accurately quantified the diester-type C19-diterpenoid alkaloids in Aconitum carmichaelii. The optimized strategy had the advantages of high efficiency, high accuracy, good reproducibility, and low cost and thus could serve as a reference to optimize 2D qNMR experiments for quantitative analysis of natural products, metabolites, and other complex mixtures.