AMINO ACIDS CONTENT OF CRAMBE CORDIFOLIA AND CRAMBE KOKTEBELICA LEAVES

Abstract

Objective: The aim of our study was to establish the content of some primary metabolites, such as amino acids in Crambe cordifolia and Crambe koktebelica. The lack of experimental data induced us to determine these compounds.


Materials and Methods: Crambe cordifolia and Crambe koktebelica leaves were selected as the objects of the study. The amino acids of the studied species’ raw material were determined by the HPLC method.


Results: The HPLC method identified in Crambe cordifolia and Crambe koktebelica leaves fifteen and sixteen free amino acids respectively. Among the free amino acids L-histidine was presented in Crambe cordifolia leaves in the greatest amount, its content was 12.19 µg/mg. The content of free L-arginine, L-valine, L-phenylalanine, L-isoleucine was the greatest in Crambe koktebelica leaves, it was 2.23 µg/mg, 2.04 µg/mg, 1.74 µg/mg, 1.50 µg/mg respectively. The content of bound L-glutamic acid, Glycine, L-arginine, L-leucine was the highest in Crambe cordifolia and Crambe koktebelica leaves.


Conclusion: The results of the study showed that Crambe cordifolia and Crambe koktebelica can be considered as a source of highly digestible amino acids that can be used to treat some diseases.

Keywords: Crambe cordifolia, Crambe koktebelica, amino acids, HPLC, leaves

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SLOBODIANIUK, L., BUDNIAK, L., MARCHYSHYN, S., SKRYNCHUK, O., & KUDRIA, V. (2021). AMINO ACIDS CONTENT OF CRAMBE CORDIFOLIA AND CRAMBE KOKTEBELICA LEAVES. International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics, 13(4). https://doi.org/10.22159/ijap.2021v13i4.41265
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