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Figure 2: Representative multiple reaction monitoring chromatograms of neomangiferin (1), mangiferin (2), timosaponin BII (3), timosaponin BIII (4), timosaponin AIII (5), ginsenoside-Rg1 (6, internal standard), and liquiritigenin (7, internal standard) in rat plasma and liver homogenates. (A) Blank plasma; (B) blank plasma spiked with the five analytes at lower limit of quantification and internal standard; (C) plasma sample obtained 4 h after drug administration; (D) blank liver homogenates; (E) blank liver homogenates spiked with the five analytes at lower limit of quantification and internal standard; (F) liver homogenate obtained 4 h after drug administration

Figure 2: Representative multiple reaction monitoring chromatograms of neomangiferin (1), mangiferin (2), timosaponin BII (3), timosaponin BIII (4), timosaponin AIII (5), ginsenoside-Rg1 (6, internal standard), and liquiritigenin (7, internal standard) in rat plasma and liver homogenates. (A) Blank plasma; (B) blank plasma spiked with the five analytes at lower limit of quantification and internal standard; (C) plasma sample obtained 4 h after drug administration; (D) blank liver homogenates; (E) blank liver homogenates spiked with the five analytes at lower limit of quantification and internal standard; (F) liver homogenate obtained 4 h after drug administration