Metabolomic data of phenolic compounds from Acer negundo extracts
Phytochemical and metabolomic data were obtained for the most important phenolic compounds in ethanolic extracts from the endangered Acer negundo tree in Morelia, Michoacan. Samples of leaves and stems were subjected to ethanolic extraction with electric rotavapor. We developed a metabolomic analysis that encompassed the correlation between the leaf and stem extracts through principal component analysis. The data were obtained with an infinity Agilent ultrahigh resolution liquid chromatograph coupled to a Agilent triple quadrupole mass spectrometer. The protocol used was a dynamic MRM (Multiple Reaction Monitoring). Clustering result shown as heatmap (distance measure using euclidean, and clustering algorithm using ward.D).