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Table 4 Bioactive phenolic compounds detected in the Bjerkandera adusta ethanolic extract using HPLC analysis

From: Molecular identification and antimicrobial activities of some wild Egyptian mushrooms: Bjerkandera adusta as a promising source of bioactive antimicrobial phenolic compounds

Compound name Formula Retention time (min) Molecular mass (g mol−1) Peak area Area % Conc. (μg/ml)
Gallic acid C7H6O5 3.07 170.12 9.17 0.17 0.47
Chlorogenic acid C16H18O9 3.45 354.31 204.81 3.74 11.33
Catechin C15H14O6 3.83 290.26 25.88 0.47 5.88
Caffeine C8H10N4O2 4.06 194.19 84.02 1.54 2.10
Coffeic acid C9H8O4 4.82 180.16 62.04 1.13 1.63
Syringic acid C9H10O5 5.15 198.17 38.75 0.71 1.24
Rutin C27H30O16 5.55 610.517 34.17 0.62 3.93
Propyl gallate C10H12O5 10.29 212.2 88.14 1.61 2.74
4′,7-dihydroxyisoflavone C15H10O4 10.44 254.241 101.21 1.85 1.86
Quercetin C15H10O7 10.57 302.236 79.52 1.45 4.46
Cinnamic acid C9H8O2 11.16 C9H8O2 855.07 15.62 5.37