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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: HPLC chromatograms of solution of standards (a) and samples (b). Peaks: 1, uridine (102.26 μg·mL-1); 2, xanthine (113.48 μg·mL-1); 3,thymine (46.10 μg·mL-1); 4,hypoxanthine (9.80μg·mL-1); 5, inosine (59.07 μg·mL-1); 6, guanine (40.98 μg·mL-1); 7, thymidine (45.62 μg·mL-1); 8, adenosine (5.55 μg·mL-1)

Figure 3: HPLC chromatograms of solution of standards (a) and samples (b). Peaks: 1, uridine (102.26 μg·mL-1); 2, xanthine (113.48 μg·mL-1); 3,thymine (46.10 μg·mL-1); 4,hypoxanthine (9.80μg·mL-1); 5, inosine (59.07 μg·mL-1); 6, guanine (40.98 μg·mL-1); 7, thymidine (45.62 μg·mL-1); 8, adenosine (5.55 μg·mL-1)