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Title: Phytochemical research of Galium aparine L. lipophilic complex and study of its antibacterial activity
Other Titles: Фітохімічне дослідження Galium aparine L. ліпофільного комплексу та вивчення його антибактеріальної активності
Фитохимическое исследования Galium aparine L. липофильного комплекса и изучение его антибактериальной активности
Authors: Goryacha, O. V.
Ilyina, T. V.
Kovalyova, A. M.
Kashpur, N. V.
Горяча, О. В.
Горячая, А. В.
Ильина, Т. В.
Ільїна, Т. В.
Ковальова, А. М.
Ковалева, А. М.
Кашпур, Н. В.
Кашпур, Н. В.
Keywords: Galium aparine;antibacterial and antifungal activity;chromatography-mass-spectrometry;антибактеріальна активність;антибактериальная активность
Issue Date: 2014
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Phytochemical research of Galium aparine L. lipophilic complex and study of its antibacterial activity / O. V. Goryacha, T. V. Ilyina, A. M. Kovalyova, N. V. Kashpur // The Pharma Innovation-Journal. – 2014. – Vol. 3, № 1. – P. 7 – 10.
Abstract: From Galium aparine L. herb lipophilic complex of biologically active substances had been obtained for the first time. By means of TLC and chromatography-mass-spectrometry the composition of lipophilic complex had been studied. 3 Sesquiterpenoids, squalene, 7 aromatic compounds, higher alkanes and their derivatives, fatty acids have been identified and quantified; presence of chlorophylls, carotenoids and 2 iridoids had been established. Antibacterial and antifungal activity of Galium aparine herb lipophilic complex and degree of these activities have been studied for the first time. Test-strains of S. aureus,P. aeruginosa and C. albicans were highly sensitive and B. subtilisis moderately sensitive to lipophilic complex of Galium aparine herb.
URI: http://dspace.nuph.edu.ua/handle/123456789/6466
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