Mikhailenko A Olga

Mikhailenko A Olga
National University of Pharmacy · Department of Botany

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Ph.D. (Pharmacy)
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Sep 2008 - Jun 2011
National University of Pharmacy
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  • 15.00.02 - pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacognosy
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"All that man needs for health and healing has been provided by God in nature, the challenge of science is to find it.« Philippus Theophrastrus Bombast that of Aureolus ~ Paracelsus (1493-1541). The identifying of the appropriate cultivation and harvesting conditions of the plants, as well as the ensures of the traceability of the origin of herbal raw materials, helps to contributes to the quality of final product for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic or food industry.
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Dear Fabio! In our country (Ukraine) there is a lot of hops, it will be necessary, write, I I csn prepare and send you)) And I am engaged in the learning of saffron, which is grown with us, therefore I know your works very well!
with respect, Olga Mykhailenko, Kharkiv, Ukraine
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Seven compounds (mangiferin, 5,6-dihydroxy-7,8,3ʹ,5ʹ-tetramethoxyisoflavone, tectoridin, germanaism B, iristectorigenin B, nigricin and irigenin) were identified and quantified in the methanol extract of Iris rhizomes. Irigenin was found in all tested samples and its amount ranged from 0.01 to 2.11 mg/g. Irigenin was predominant in all Iris germani...
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Seven compounds (mangiferin, 5,6-dihydroxy-7,8,3ʹ,5ʹ-tetramethoxyisoflavone, tectoridin, germanaism B, iristectorigenin B, nigricin and irigenin) were identified and quantified in the methanol extract of Iris rhizomes. Irigenin was found in all tested samples and its amount ranged from 0.01 to 2.11 mg/g. Irigenin was predominant in all Iris germani...
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Dear Scientists! help! maybe someone has the full version of ISO 3632-1:2011 Saffron Part 1: Specification? I apologize to the International Organization for Standardization for the fact that I can’t buy from them the official version of this article. If someone has this part, share with me, please!
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Different Iris species are a rich source of secondary metabolites and they are widely used due to their medicinal properties, i.e. such as antibacterial, cytotoxic, hepatoprotective, antiplasmodial, and immunomodulatory effects. Determination of the fatty acid composition is necessary to create complex phytopreparations on their basis, and also, it...
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Phytochemical analysis of BAS in corms of gladiolus including known qualitative reactions to identify and chromatography on paper conducted.
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У НБС НАН для детального вивчення було заготовлено у жовтні 2015 р. надземну і підземну частини трьох видів і одного сорту квасениці: к. чотирьохлиста або к. Деппа (O. tetraphylla Cav., syn. O. deppei Lodd.); сорт від к. чотирьохлистої (O. tetraphylla «Iron Cross»), к. трикутна (O. triangularis A. St.-Hil.) (ф. зелена), к. трикутна (O. triangularis...
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Objectives: To qualitatively and quantitatively study the composition of essential oil from the dried rhizomes and leaves of Iris pallida Lam. from Ukraine for the first time. Materials and Methods: Essential oils obtained by steam distillation were investigated using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry. Results: The essential oils were obtained...
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Aim: The aim of the work was isolation and identification of the phenolic compounds from the rhizomes of Iris hungarica. Materials and methods: To establish by chemical and spectral methods for the structures of phenolic compounds, which were isolated from the rhizomes of Iris hungarica Waldst. et Kit. (Iridaceae family). Compounds were obtained by...
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The composition of the carboxylic acid of the rhizomes of Iris carthaliniae and Iris medwedewii by the gas chromatography-mass spectrometry method has been studied for the first time. Total content of the carboxylic acids for I. carthaliniae was 1.34%, including (%) – 0.65 fatty; 0.36 mono-, di- and three carboxylic; 0.33 phenol carboxylic acids. Y...
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Species of Iris genus (Iridaceae) have a long history of traditional medicinal use in different countries as alternative aperient, tonic, cathartic, diuretic, gall bladder diseases, liver complaints, dropsy, purification of blood, venereal infections, fever, bilious infections and for a variety of heart diseases. The rhizomes of Iris are the rich s...
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The essential oil (EO) of contents of the air-dried raw materials were 0.2% for I. carthaliniae and 0.6% for I. medwedewii. A pairwise comparison of the EO constituent compositions for the two species found 35 common constituents, 42 for I. carthaliniae and 40 for I. medwedewii. The contents of the constituents varied from 0.01 to 34%. The EO conta...
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Unlabelled: This article presents the results of testing of phenolic compounds (flavonoids, isoflavonoids, xanthones, phenolcarboxylic acids, tannins, coumarins, etc.) in the rhizomes of four Iris species (Iris sibirica L., Iris pseudacorus L., Iris imbricatа Lindl., Iris hungarica Waldst. et Kit.). With the use of paper and thin-layer chromatogra...
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Abstract The quantitative analysis of xanthone mangiferin was carried out in the rhizomes of Iris hungarica Waldstet Kit, Iris sibirica L. by modified method. Previously xanthones are pre-shared by two-dimensional paper chromatography method, then substances is eluted and separated by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Results: I. hunga...
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Study of component composition of essential oil, fatty acids and sterols of rhizomes with roots of cultivated iris I. pseudacorus f. alba was first conducted by method of chromatography-mass spectrometry. 8 fatty acids were identified in the raw materials, palmitic acid is prevalent (С16:0) 62.7%. Essential fatty acids namely α-linolenic (С18:3ω3,...
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In folk medicine, the dried root of asparagus used as anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antiseptic, antibacterial, antipyretic. Root of Asparagus is used to treat the nervous system, gastrointestinal diseases, diabetes. Recent studies of aerial parts of asparagus have shown availability antitumor properties. Preview Analysis shows the perspective of in-...
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Iris hungarica Waldst. et Kit. belongs to the family Iridaceae and has thick (up to 2 cm) branched rhizomes and broad high (25–30 cm) crescent-sword leaves. It grows wild in Ukraine, Armenia, in the Caucasus and is widely cultivated as a decorative plant [1].The goal of the present work was to determine the constituent composition of essential oil...
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Представлены результаты выделения и установления структуры кумаринов из корневищ ириса болотного (Iris pseudacorus L.). На основании физико-химических свойств веществ, продуктов их химических превращений, данных УФ-, ИК-спектроскопии, сравнением со стандартными образцами идентифицировано: кумарин, умбеллиферон, эскулетин, скополетин, изоскополетин,...
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Objective: A comparative morphological and anatomical study of leaves and stems of two species of Iris from Limniris section of Iridaceae family – Iris pseudacorus L. and Iris sibirica L. has been carried out. Methods: The morphological and anatomical analysis of medicinal plants. Result: Their distinguishing and common features have been determine...
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Из корневищ ириса болотного (Iris pseudacorus L) выделен новый изофлавон, для которого на основании физико-химических свойств, данных УФ-, ИК-, ¹Н-ЯМР-, NOESY-спектроскопии и масс-спектрометрииосновании установлено строение 5,6-диокси-7,8,3',5'-тетраметоксиизофлавон (A new isoflavone was isolated from rhizomes of yellow flag (Iris pseudacorus L.)....