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Figure 1: High-performance thin layer chromatography (HPTLC) images of Angelicae gigantis radix (AGR), AGR + Lithospermi radix (LR) and LR (lane a, b, and c, respectively) fingerprinting. HPTLC plate (silica gel F254; mobile phase, chloroform:Methanol/8:2) and visualizer (Camag, Swiss) were used in acquiring the images. (a) 254 nm ultraviolet (UV); (b) 366 nm UV; (c) white light; (d) p-anisaldehyde sprayed followed by white light detected

Figure 1: High-performance thin layer chromatography (HPTLC) images of Angelicae gigantis radix (AGR), AGR + Lithospermi radix (LR) and LR (lane a, b, and c, respectively) fingerprinting. HPTLC plate (silica gel F254; mobile phase, chloroform:Methanol/8:2) and visualizer (Camag, Swiss) were used in acquiring the images. (a) 254 nm ultraviolet (UV); (b) 366 nm UV; (c) white light; (d) p-anisaldehyde sprayed followed by white light detected