Meihua Yang

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Publications

  1. Miao Q, Kong W, Zhao X, Yang S, Yang M. GC-FID coupled with chemometrics for quantitative and chemical fingerprinting analysis of Alpinia oxyphylla oil. J Pharm Biomed Anal. 2015;102:436-42 pubmed publisher
    ..The profiles of almost all the samples were consistent and stable. The harvesting time and source were major factors that affected the profile, while the volatile oil yield and the nootkatone content had minor secondary effects. ..
  2. Zhang L, Dou X, Kong W, Liu C, Han X, Yang M. Assessment of critical points and development of a practical strategy to extend the applicable scope of immunoaffinity column cleanup for aflatoxin detection in medicinal herbs. J Chromatogr A. 2017;1483:56-63 pubmed publisher
    ..After validation, we successfully used this method to determine the aflatoxin concentration of real samples. The approach described here could potentially be used to extract aflatoxin from other complex matrices with varying acidity. ..
  3. Kong W, Xiao C, Ying G, Liu X, Zhao X, Wang R, et al. Magnetic microspheres-based cytometric bead array assay for highly sensitive detection of ochratoxin A. Biosens Bioelectron. 2017;94:420-428 pubmed publisher
    ..By consuming less solvent, time and cost, as well as fewer standard and samples, the developed green protocol expressed high potential for one-site real-time detection of trace components in complex matrices. ..
  4. Kong W, Zhang S, Zhao Y, Wu M, Chen P, Wu X, et al. Combination of chemical fingerprint and bioactivity evaluation to explore the antibacterial components of Salvia miltiorrhizae. Sci Rep. 2017;7:8112 pubmed publisher
    ..miltiorrhizae and should be the focus of S. miltiorrhizae quality control. Thus, this study provided a preferred way for exploring the bioactive components of medicinal plants. ..
  5. Liu C, Dou X, Zhang L, Li Q, Qin J, Duan Y, et al. Determination of triazine herbicides and their metabolites in multiple medicinal parts of traditional Chinese medicines using streamlined pretreatment and UFLC-ESI-MS/MS. Chemosphere. 2018;190:103-113 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, it has the potential to guide further triazine residue control in TCMs...
  6. Zhao X, Wei J, Zhou Y, Kong W, Yang M. Quality evaluation of Alpinia oxyphylla after Aspergillus flavus infection for storage conditions optimization. AMB Express. 2017;7:151 pubmed publisher
    ..oxyphylla from becoming moldy. Our results provide the theoretical basis for future studies the effects of storage conditions and mold growth on the quality and safety of traditional Chinese medicines (TCMs). ..

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Publications6

  1. Miao Q, Kong W, Zhao X, Yang S, Yang M. GC-FID coupled with chemometrics for quantitative and chemical fingerprinting analysis of Alpinia oxyphylla oil. J Pharm Biomed Anal. 2015;102:436-42 pubmed publisher
    ..The profiles of almost all the samples were consistent and stable. The harvesting time and source were major factors that affected the profile, while the volatile oil yield and the nootkatone content had minor secondary effects. ..
  2. Zhang L, Dou X, Kong W, Liu C, Han X, Yang M. Assessment of critical points and development of a practical strategy to extend the applicable scope of immunoaffinity column cleanup for aflatoxin detection in medicinal herbs. J Chromatogr A. 2017;1483:56-63 pubmed publisher
    ..After validation, we successfully used this method to determine the aflatoxin concentration of real samples. The approach described here could potentially be used to extract aflatoxin from other complex matrices with varying acidity. ..
  3. Kong W, Xiao C, Ying G, Liu X, Zhao X, Wang R, et al. Magnetic microspheres-based cytometric bead array assay for highly sensitive detection of ochratoxin A. Biosens Bioelectron. 2017;94:420-428 pubmed publisher
    ..By consuming less solvent, time and cost, as well as fewer standard and samples, the developed green protocol expressed high potential for one-site real-time detection of trace components in complex matrices. ..
  4. Kong W, Zhang S, Zhao Y, Wu M, Chen P, Wu X, et al. Combination of chemical fingerprint and bioactivity evaluation to explore the antibacterial components of Salvia miltiorrhizae. Sci Rep. 2017;7:8112 pubmed publisher
    ..miltiorrhizae and should be the focus of S. miltiorrhizae quality control. Thus, this study provided a preferred way for exploring the bioactive components of medicinal plants. ..
  5. Liu C, Dou X, Zhang L, Li Q, Qin J, Duan Y, et al. Determination of triazine herbicides and their metabolites in multiple medicinal parts of traditional Chinese medicines using streamlined pretreatment and UFLC-ESI-MS/MS. Chemosphere. 2018;190:103-113 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, it has the potential to guide further triazine residue control in TCMs...
  6. Zhao X, Wei J, Zhou Y, Kong W, Yang M. Quality evaluation of Alpinia oxyphylla after Aspergillus flavus infection for storage conditions optimization. AMB Express. 2017;7:151 pubmed publisher
    ..oxyphylla from becoming moldy. Our results provide the theoretical basis for future studies the effects of storage conditions and mold growth on the quality and safety of traditional Chinese medicines (TCMs). ..