Coumarin and Furanocoumarin Quantitation in Citrus Peel via UPLC coupled with Mass Spectrometry (UPLC-MS)

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TitleCoumarin and Furanocoumarin Quantitation in Citrus Peel via UPLC coupled with Mass Spectrometry (UPLC-MS)Author(s)Dugrand Audray, Olry Alexandre, Duval Thibault, Hehn Alain, Froelicher Yann, & Bourgaud FrédéricJournalJournal of Agricultural and Food ChemistryVolume61Issue number45Year of publication2013Pages10677-10684DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1021/jf402763tPublisherACS PublicationsCite this document asDugrand Audray, Olry Alexandre, Duval Thibault, Hehn Alain, Froelicher Yann, & Bourgaud Frédéric (2013). Coumarin and Furanocoumarin Quantitation in Citrus Peel via UPLC coupled with Mass Spectrometry (UPLC-MS). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Volume 61 Issue 45 (10677-10684) https://doi.org/10.1021/jf402763t
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Geert De VuystUpdated on 25 March 2021
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