We have just completed some HPTLC fingerprinting on a range of Sandalwood wood extracts from plantation core samples and final products with our friend @dhanushka hettiarachchi.
Together at ECU School of Natural Sciences we have published a HPTLC Sandalwood fingerprinting paper which was successfully adopted to Western Australian Sandalwood species “Spicatum”.
“Hayford Ofori, Dhanushka Hettiarachchi, Tomislav Sostaric, Francesco Busetti, Mary C Boyce. High-performance thin-layer chromatographic fingerprinting of sandalwood essential oils. JPC - Journal of Planar Chromatography 2019 - Modern TLC. 32. 205-210.”
The future plan is to add a range of Sandalwood HPTLC fingerprints to the HPTLC association Online Library.