OBTAINING AND INVASTIGATION EXTRACTS OF CALLUS BIOMASS OF САLENDULA OFFICINALIS

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National University Lviv Polytechnic
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Lviv Polytechnic National University
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Lviv Polytechnic National University
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Lviv Polytechnic National University
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Lviv Polytechnic National University

The callus biomass of Calendula officinalis was obtained in vitro by using the
biotechnological method. The results of the chromatography-mass-spectrometry analysis for
the content of biologically active substances (BAS), obtained from plant chloroform extracts:
from seeds (identified 5 compounds) and callus biomass (identified 11 compounds) are shown.
Biological screening of BAS from callus biomass was conducted. The production of callus
biomass and biologically active chloroform extract which is obtained on its basis are an
alternative sources of Calendula officinalis raw materials, which are used for the
pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry.

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