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2018, br. 38, str. 5-8
The influence of the extraction method on the content of silymarin in Silybi mariani fructus
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Institut za proučavanje lekovitog bilja 'Dr Josif Pančić', Beograd

e-adresasdjordjevic@mocbilja.rs, tjankovic@mocbilja.rs, mmihailovic@mocbilja.rs
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Tradicionalni i novi proizvodi od plodova gajenih i samoniklih vrsta voćaka i vinove loze i nus-produkata u preradi, sa posebnim osvrtom na autohtone sorte: hemijska karakterizacija i biološki profil (MPNTR - 46013)
Funkcionalni fiziološki aktivni biljni materijali sa dodatom vrednošću za primenu u farmaceutskoj i prehrambenoj industriji (MPNTR - 45017)

Ključne reči: Silybum marianum; silymarin; extraction method; UV spectrophotometry; HPLC
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This study was aimed to compare the efficiency of silymarin extraction from Silybi mariani fructus using different extraction methods. Maceration, percolation, extraction in a water bath, and ultrasonic-assisted extraction have been performed with 60% ethanol. Extracts were analyzed using UV/Vis and HPLC techniques. Our results showed that the highest concentration of silymarin was detected in samples extracted in a water bath with boiling solvent during 30 and 60 minutes (2.33 and 1.95 %, respectively). Since extraction in a water bath is efficient and reduces a lot of time and solvent consumption, this method could present potential replacement for Pharmacopoeia-recommended Soxhlet extraction procedure.
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DOI: 10.5937/leksir1838005D
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