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Figure 3: Typical HPLC-DAD chromatograms of 17 standard references (A) and GDDP sample (B) at 288 nm, and standard references (C) and GDDP sample (D) at 203 nm. Peaks (1) sodium danshensu, (2) protocatechuic acid, (3) protocatechuic aldehyde, (4) caffeic acid, (5) rosmarinic acid, (6) lithospermic acid, (7) salvianolic acid B, (8) salvianolic acid A, (9) notoginsenoside R1, (10) ginsenoside Rg1, (11) ginsenoside Re, (12) ginsenoside Rb1, (13) ginsenoside Rd, (14) dihydrotanshinone I, (15) cryptotanshinone, (16) tanshinone I and (17) tanshinone IIA.

Figure 3: Typical HPLC-DAD chromatograms of 17 standard references (A) and GDDP sample (B) at 288 nm, and standard references (C) and GDDP sample (D) at 203 nm. Peaks (1) sodium danshensu, (2) protocatechuic acid, (3) protocatechuic aldehyde, (4) caffeic acid, (5) rosmarinic acid, (6) lithospermic acid, (7) salvianolic acid B, (8) salvianolic acid A, (9) notoginsenoside R<sub>1</sub>, (10) ginsenoside Rg<sub>1</sub>, (11) ginsenoside Re, (12) ginsenoside Rb<sub>1</sub>, (13) ginsenoside Rd, (14) dihydrotanshinone I, (15) cryptotanshinone, (16) tanshinone I and (17) tanshinone IIA.