Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp 42–43 | Cite as

Isolation of berberine

  • M. M. Tadzhibaev
  • I. N. Zatorskaya
  • K. L. Lutfullin
  • T. T. Shakirov


The conditions for the extraction and isolation from the wood and bark of the roots ofBerberis oblonga have been studied.


Berberine Concentrate Extract Sodium Iodide Biologically Active Substance Combine Alkaloid 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. M. Tadzhibaev
  • I. N. Zatorskaya
  • K. L. Lutfullin
  • T. T. Shakirov

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