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[Fatty acid of Rkatsiteli grape seed oil, Phellodendron lavallei oil and Amaranthus seeds oil and its comparative byological activity].
Georgian Med News. 2012 NovGM

Abstract

The aim of the study is individual qualitively and quantitatively identification of fatty acids in Pkatsiteli grape seed oil, Phellodendron lavallei oil and Amaranthus seed oil and prediction of its biological activity. Using high-effective liquid chromatogramphy fatty acids were franctionated. Their relative concentrations are expressed as percentages of the total fatty acid component. Identification of the fatty acids consituents is based on comparison of their retention time with that of known standards. The predominant fatty acids in the oils were palmitic, oleic and stearic acids. The investigation demonstrated that fatty acids composition takes marked part in lipid metabolism of biological necessary components. The most interesting result of the investigation was the detection of unusual for the essentain oil begenic acid.

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Pub Type(s)

Comparative Study
English Abstract
Journal Article

Language

rus

PubMed ID

23221143

Citation

Kikalishvili, B Iu, et al. "[Fatty Acid of Rkatsiteli Grape Seed Oil, Phellodendron Lavallei Oil and Amaranthus Seeds Oil and Its Comparative Byological Activity]." Georgian Medical News, 2012, pp. 73-6.
Kikalishvili BIu, Zurabashvili DZ, Zurabashvili ZA, et al. [Fatty acid of Rkatsiteli grape seed oil, Phellodendron lavallei oil and Amaranthus seeds oil and its comparative byological activity]. Georgian Med News. 2012.
Kikalishvili, B. I. u., Zurabashvili, D. Z., Zurabashvili, Z. A., Turabelidze, D. G., & Shanidze, L. A. (2012). [Fatty acid of Rkatsiteli grape seed oil, Phellodendron lavallei oil and Amaranthus seeds oil and its comparative byological activity]. Georgian Medical News, (212), 73-6.
Kikalishvili BIu, et al. [Fatty Acid of Rkatsiteli Grape Seed Oil, Phellodendron Lavallei Oil and Amaranthus Seeds Oil and Its Comparative Byological Activity]. Georgian Med News. 2012;(212)73-6. PubMed PMID: 23221143.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Fatty acid of Rkatsiteli grape seed oil, Phellodendron lavallei oil and Amaranthus seeds oil and its comparative byological activity]. AU - Kikalishvili,B Iu, AU - Zurabashvili,D Z, AU - Zurabashvili,Z A, AU - Turabelidze,D G, AU - Shanidze,L A, PY - 2012/12/11/entrez PY - 2012/12/12/pubmed PY - 2013/9/26/medline SP - 73 EP - 6 JF - Georgian medical news JO - Georgian Med News IS - 212 N2 - The aim of the study is individual qualitively and quantitatively identification of fatty acids in Pkatsiteli grape seed oil, Phellodendron lavallei oil and Amaranthus seed oil and prediction of its biological activity. Using high-effective liquid chromatogramphy fatty acids were franctionated. Their relative concentrations are expressed as percentages of the total fatty acid component. Identification of the fatty acids consituents is based on comparison of their retention time with that of known standards. The predominant fatty acids in the oils were palmitic, oleic and stearic acids. The investigation demonstrated that fatty acids composition takes marked part in lipid metabolism of biological necessary components. The most interesting result of the investigation was the detection of unusual for the essentain oil begenic acid. SN - 1512-0112 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/23221143/[Fatty_acid_of_Rkatsiteli_grape_seed_oil_Phellodendron_lavallei_oil_and_Amaranthus_seeds_oil_and_its_comparative_byological_activity]_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -