Researching of secondary metabolites of Adonis vernalis
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The Adonis vernalis callus biomass was obtained in vitro using biotechnological method. Secondary metabolites were found in biomass extracts. The results of thin-layer chromatography and spectrometric analysis of Adonis vernalis extracts are indicated. Obtaining of secondary metabolites is promising for the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry.
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