The fatty acid profile of punica granatum L. seed oil

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One of the modern trends of pharmaceutical research is the search for new types of plant materials to extend the range of fatty oils for medical application. The main source of fatty oils are oil seeds and fruits of plants. Pomegranate seeds are of interest as a source of fatty oils atypical chemical composition. In one of our earlier studies by gas chromatography it was established that 40-60% of an unidentified acid is presented in pomegranate seed oil. According to the literature, the most likely to consider it as conjugated linolenic acid. In this paper, we have continued to study the composition of pomegranate seed oil with using GC-MS and NMR spectroscopy methods.

S V Goryainov

People's Friendship University of Russia

Email: goryainovs@list.ru
People's Friendship University of Russia

A S Khomik

People's Friendship University of Russia

Email: planty06@yandex.ru
People's Friendship University of Russia

G A Kalabin

People's Friendship University of Russia

Email: kalabinga@mail.ru
People's Friendship University of Russia

V V Vandishev

People's Friendship University of Russia

Email: goryainovs@list.ru
People's Friendship University of Russia

R A Abramovich

People's Friendship University of Russia

Email: abr_rimma@mail.ru
People's Friendship University of Russia

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