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dc.contributor.authorCrighton, E.
dc.contributor.authorMullaney, I.
dc.contributor.authorTrengove, R.
dc.contributor.authorBunce, Michael
dc.contributor.authorMaker, G.
dc.identifier.citationCrighton, E. and Mullaney, I. and Trengove, R. and Bunce, M. and Maker, G. 2016. The application of metabolomics for herbal medicine pharmacovigilance: a case study on ginseng. Essays in Biochemistry. 60 (5): pp. 429-435.

Herbal medicines are growing in popularity, use and commercial value; however, there remain problems with the quality and consequently safety of these products. Adulterated, contaminated and fraudulent products are often found on the market, a risk compounded by the fact that these products are available to consumers with little or no medical advice. Current regulations and quality control methods are lacking in their ability to combat these serious problems. Metabolomics is a biochemical profiling tool that may help address these issues if applied to quality control of both raw ingredients and final products. Using the example of the popular herbal medicine, ginseng, this essay offers an overview of the potential use of metabolomics for quality control in herbal medicines and also highlights where more research is needed.

dc.publisherPortland Press Ltd.
dc.titleThe application of metabolomics for herbal medicine pharmacovigilance: a case study on ginseng
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleEssays in Biochemistry
curtin.departmentDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
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