Inga Mišina

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Cyclo-[(N epsilon 1-Lys1, Gly6)-bradykinin] and its deprotected non-cyclic precursor, PheGlyProPheArg LysProProGly, were synthesized using the conventional methods of peptide chemistry. Similar to bradykinin, the cyclopeptide elicits a depressor reaction in rats, as revealed by the experiments in vivo. Its duration of action, however, is greater by several(More)
A study of the biological activity of six bradykinin and kallidin cycloanalogues has revealed that all of them exhibit prolonged hypotensive activity except the inactive cyclo-(omega-aminododecanoyl-omega-aminododecanoyl-bradykini n) (CADADB) when assayed in anaesthetized rats in vivo. The threshold dose of cyclo-bradykinin (CB) in these experiments was(More)
Composition of tocochromanols in kernels recovered from 16 different apricot varieties (Prunus armeniaca L.) was studied. Three tocopherol (T) homologues, namely α, γ and δ, were quantified in all tested samples by an RP-HPLC/FLD method. The γ-T was the main tocopherol homologue identified in apricot kernels and constituted approximately 93% of total(More)
Lipophilic bioactive compounds in oils recovered from the kernels of seven sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) cultivars, harvested at single location in 2013, were studied. Oil yield in sweet cherry ranged between 30.3-40.3 % (w/w) dw. The main fatty acids were oleic acid (39.62-49.92 %), linoleic acid (31.13-38.81 %), α-eleostearic acid (7.23-10.73 %) and(More)
The profile of bioactive compounds (carotenoids, tocopherols, tocotrienols, phytosterols, and squalene) in oils recovered from the kernels of 28 plum varieties of hexaploid species Prunus domestica L. and diploid plums Prunus cerasifera Ehrh. and their crossbreeds were studied. Oil yields in plum kernels of both P. cerasifera and P. domestica was in wide(More)
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