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Drug product with antimycotic activity on the basis of flowers of Tripleurospermum inodorum

Drug product with antimycotic activity on the basis of flowers of Tripleurospermum inodorum

(Velikhanova Z.R., Sorokina A.A., Sachivkina N.P., Zhiltsova N.V., Zhiltsov V.V., Marakhova A.I., Stanishevsky Ya.M.)

The invention relates to the pharmaceutical industry, namely to the agent with antimycotic action. The agent has an antimycotic effect, containing components extracted by extracting air-dried flowers from Tripleurospermum inodorum in the ratio of raw materials: extractant - 1:10, using as the extractant a water-alcohol solution with an ethanol concentration of 70-95% by extracting under reflux. The above tool has a pronounced anti-mycotic effect.

30 Jan 2018
The conference on international arbitration, where law students from European universities simulate court proceedings and alternately defend the interests of the respondent and the orator.
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15 Nov 2017
RUDN University scientists publish results of their scientific researches in highly-recognized in whole world and indexed in international databases journals (Web of Science, Scopus ect.). That, of course, corresponds to the high status of the University and its international recognition. Publications of June-September 2017 ( In Journals of categories Q1-Q3)
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30 Dec
Biologists from RUDN University discovered the secret of flaxseed oil with long shelf life

Biologists from RUDN University working together with their colleagues from the Institute of Molecular Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Flax studied the genes that determine the fatty acid composition in flaxseed oil and identified polymorphisms in six of them. The team also found out what gene variations could extend the shelf life of flaxseed oil. This data can be used to improve the genetic selection of new flax breeds. The results were published in the BMC Plant Biology journal.

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11 Oct
Mowing Is More Harmful to Soil Than Grazing

A team of biologists analyzed soil samples from a pasture and a regularly mowed meadow and found out that grazing lets more carbon get into the soil than mowing. This, in turn, improves the carbon cycle and makes microorganisms more efficient.

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11 Oct
Soil scientists suggest method for remediating urban garden soils contaminated with lead and arsenic

The soils of urban gardens and vegetable patches contain a lot of toxicants (including lead and arsenic) in high concentrations which can be harmful to the health of children and people with chronic diseases. A team of soil scientists from RUDN University suggested a remediation method developed based on data collected in a garden of Brooklyn (NY, U.S.).

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