publication . Article . 2005

Quality control of organochlorine biocide residues in fructus from Silybum marianum L

Obreshkova, D.; Pencheva, I.;
Open Access Spanish; Castilian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2005
  • Publisher: Universidad de Granada, Facultad de Farmacia
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
Los estudios analíticos de los biocidas organoclorados demuestran que su nivel de concentración en las raíces de plantas es mayor que la concentración en el suelo, y especialmente en las plantas medicinales utilizadas en las industrias farmacéutica y medicinal. Los fármacos búlgaros más utilizados (Carsil, Tribestan y Nivalin) contienen extractos de plantas y deben ser analizados de acuerdo con las directivas de la Comunidad Europea EEC/76/895 y EEC/90/642 1998; Por ello, se ha estudiado el método de cromatografía de gases para la determinación cuantitativa de biocidas organoclorados (HCH e isómeros, DDT y metabolitos). Se han analizado conforme a las regulacion...
Subjects
free text keywords: Carsil, DDT, Frutos de Silybum marianum. L., Fructus from Silybum marianum. L., Cromatografía de gases, Gas chromatography, Biocidas organoclorados, Organochlorine biocides
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