Thursday, 28 April 2016

Screening of the promising phytogenic medicinal materials among the plant species of altai flora by supercritical fluid extraction (Conference Paper)

Volume 683, 2016, Pages 481-486
12th International Conference on Prospects of Fundamental Sciences Development, PFSD 2015; Tomsk; Russian Federation; 21 April 2015 through 24 April 2015; Code 164959

Altay State University, 61, Lenin str., Barnaul, Russian Federation
Institute of Chemical Biology and Fundamental Medicine, 8, Lavrentiev ave, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation


The increase of bacterial resistance to synthobiotics makes it relevant to search for new medicinal materials with antibiotic properties. Antimicrobials based on plants represent a huge untapped source of medicines. Antibiotic properties of 34 plant species of Altai flora are studied in this paper. Extracts from plants were obtained by supercritical fluid extraction using supercritical carbon dioxide. Antimicrobial activity of these extracts was determined by micromethod of serial dilutions in liquid media. Escherichia coli XL-1 blue and Staphylococcus aureus 209 strains were used as test-cultures. Upon the results of the study, the extracts from raw material of Penthaphylloides fruticosa and Ribes nigrum can be considered as the most promising for further pharmacological evaluation as new medicinal materials. © Copyright 2016 Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Switzerland.

Author keywords

Antibacterial activity; E. coli; Phytogenic medicinal materials; S. aureus; Supercritical fluid CO2-extracts

Indexed keywords

Engineering controlled terms: Antibiotics; Bacteria; Carbon; Carbon dioxide; Effluent treatment; Escherichia coli; Supercritical fluid extraction; Supercritical fluids
Anti-bacterial activity; Anti-microbial activity; Bacterial resistance; E. coli; Medicinal materials; S. aureus; Staphylococcus aureus; Supercritical carbon dioxides
Engineering main heading: Extraction
ISSN: 10139826 ISBN: 978-303835729-2 CODEN: KEMAESource Type: Book series Original language: English
DOI: 10.4028/ Type: Conference Paper
Volume Editors: Kurzina I.,Godymchuk A.Sponsors: Publisher: Trans Tech Publications Ltd