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Table 2 Separation and extraction of bioactive anti-biofilm components from plants

From: Developing natural products as potential anti-biofilm agents

Plant Bioactive components Methodology References
Assam tea Galloylated catechins HPLC [78]
Several common food products and plants Iberin LC-DAD-MS and NMR spectroscopy [79]
Coconut husk extract One bioactive OH-group-containing compound TLC, HPLC and FT-IR analysis [80]
12 herbs in Thailand 4-Chromanol GC–MS analysis, TLC fingerprinting and TLC-bioautography [81]
Schinus terebinthifolius Phenolic compounds, anthraquinones, terpenoids, and alkaloids TLC analysis [82]
Pomegranate extract Ellagic acid HP-TLC analysis [83]
Medicinal plants   UPLC analysis [84]
1920 natural compounds/drugs Rosmarinic acid, naringin, chlorogenic acid, morin and mangiferin SB-VS against LasR and RhlR receptor [85]
3040 natural compounds and their derivatives. 5-Imino-4,6-dihydro-3H-1,2,3-triazolo[5,4-d]pyrimidin-7-one SB-VS against the QS receptor LasR [46]
51 bioactive components from Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCMs) Baicalein SB-VS against transcriptional activator protein TraR [86]
46 bioactive components from TCMs Emodin SB-VS against transcriptional activator protein TraR [87]
Natural and synthetic compound libraries 4-NPO Screening systems named QSI selectors [88]
Five commercial tea extracts Polymeric and monomeric tea phenolics Phytochemical screening [89]