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Любовь Николаевна Зимина; Владимир Александрович Куркин; Виталий Михайлович Рыжов (2013)
Publisher: Altay State University
Journal: Himiâ Rastitelʹnogo Syrʹâ
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: рутин, Chemistry, гиперозид, стандартизация, Hypericum maculatum Grantz., Hypericum perforatum L., herbs, antidepressive activity, flavonoids, hyperoside, rutin, standardization, HPLC, QD1-999, зверобой продырявленный; зверобой пятнистый Hypericum maculatum Grantz.; Hypericum perforatum L.; антидепрессантная активность; гиперозид; рутин; флавоноиды; стандартизация, Q, Hypericum perforatum L., флавоноиды, Science, зверобой пятнистый Hypericum maculatum Grantz., зверобой продырявленный, антидепрессантная активность
The comparative phytochemical study with the using of high performance liquid chromatography of the herbs of Hypericum perforatum L. and Hypericum maculatum Grantz.  was carried out. There were observed the differences in the studied species.  It was established that predominant flavonoid of Hypericum maculatum Grantz. is hyperoside, which has antidepressive activity. It was shown that content of hyperoside in Hypericum maculatum Grantz.  herbs is almost three times higher than in Hypericum perforatum L. (respectively 6,50% and 2,50%). It was determined, that the presence of bisapigenin is characteristic only for Hypericum perforatum L.
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