The isolation of erysimoside
1. The conditions for the purification of a crude extract from resinous substances and sugars by organic solvents and from ballast substances by ion-exchange purification, and also the extraction of erysimoside from the purified aqueous solution, have been investigated.
2. The yield of erysimoside by the method described has been increased to 2% of the weight of the seeds.
KeywordsGlycoside Common Salt Resinous Substance Ethano USSR Author
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