Enrichment of Biologically Active Compounds from Selected Plants Using Adsorptive Bubble Separation

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Thompson, Leonor;
(2006)
  • Publisher: Technische Universität München
  • Subject: Foam Fractionation;Enrichment Method;Adsorption;Plants Active Principles;Calendula officinalis;Camellia sinensis;Isatis tinctoria;Cannabis sativa;Physicochemical Properties;Optimised Process Parameters and Conditions;HPLC | Zerschäumungsanalyse;Anreicherungsmethode;Adsorption;Heilpflanzen aktive Verbindungen;Calendula officinalis;Camellia sinensis;Isatis tinctoria;Cannabis sativa;physico-chemische Eigenschaften;optimierte Prozessparameter und -Konditionen;HPLC | Chemie
    • ddc: ddc:540

In this research, foam fractionation a method belonging to the Adsorptive Bubble Separation Methods, was employed to enrich the following active principles contained in medically valuable plants: Faradiol esters from Calendula officinalis, catechins from Camellia sinens... View more
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