Troxerutin is a flavonol, a type of flavonoid. It is more accurately a hydroxyethylrutoside. It can be isolated from Sophora japonica, the Japanese pagoda tree.
It is used as a vasoprotective.
Troxerutin has been shown in mice to reverse CNS insulin resistance and reduce reactive oxygen species induced by a high-cholesterol diet.
English name: Troxerutin
Orginal plant: From the fruits of the Sophora  japonica L
Specification: HPLC,98%
CAS NO. : 7085-55-4
Appearance:Light yellow crystalline powder
Molecular weight:742.69
Molecular formula: C33H42O19
tems Specification Result
Appearance yellowish-green, crystalline powder, hygroscopic Complies
Solubility Free soluble in water Complies
Slightly soluble in 96% ethanol Complies
Practically insoluble in methylene chloride Complies
Method A IR absorption(EP7.0 2.2.24) Complies
Method B HPLC chromatograms(obtained in test) Complies
Composition(EP7.0 2.2.29) Principal peak ≥80% 81.99%
Other peak≤5 %,except only one peak≤10% Complies
Ethylene oxide((EP7.0 2.2.28) ≤1ppm Complies
Heavy metals(EP7.0 2.4.8) ≤20ppm Complies
Loss on drying (EP7.0 2.2.32) ≤5.0% 3.47%
Sulphated ash(EP7.0 2.4.14) ≤0.4% 0.09%
Methanol(EP7.0 2.2.28) ≤3000ppm 1944.2ppm
Assay (anhydrous substance) UV (EP7.0 2.2.25) 95.0-105.0% 98.51%
Microbiological test
Total plate count ≤1000CFU/g <10 CFU/g
Yeast & Mould ≤100CFU/g <10 CFU/g
E.Coli Absent ND
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Absent ND
Conclusion: The test results conform to EP7.0
Storage: In an airtight container,protected from light

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