Authentication of Honeys of Different Floral Origins using HPTLC fingerprinting
A recent collaboration with Dr Locher and Mr Neumann from the University of Western Australia, School of Medicine and Pharmacology, produced a publication which explores the HPTLC fingerprinting of non-sugar constituents for the authentication of Honeys.
The paper examined highly anti-bacterial Jarrah and Marri honeys sourced from Western Australia, different leptospermum-derived Manuka honeys and typical table honey.
"Authentication of Honeys of Different Floral Origins via High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatographic Fingerprinting. Locher, C., Neumann, J., Sostaric, T., Journal of Planar Chromatography 30 (2017),1 , pg 57-62"