HPLC Analysis of Glucosinolates in Vegetable Extracts Without Ion Pairing, Using an Ultra Aqueous C18 Column
20 September 2017

Glucosinolates are a naturally occurring set of compounds found in a variety of edible plants, most notably in broccoli, radish, and cabbage. Agriculturally, the degradation compounds of glucosinolates have been shown to act as natural pesticides and fungicides. Research on glucosinolates is continuing in hopes of bringing a more environmentally friendly approach to pest control, and is described in the following application note.