Abstracts for either oral or poster presentation consideration are welcome. In order to ensure a consistent layout for publishing of your abstract, we have provided below instructions and an example of a properly formatted abstract. The deadline for abstract submission is January 31, 2023. All accepted abstracts accompanied only with a proper registration will be published in the ICNPU-2023 book of abstracts.
* Abstracts (.doc or .docx) should be submitted to email@example.com (with cc to firstname.lastname@example.org) until 31/01/2023.
** Please tick in the appropriate box below whether you wish the abstract to be considered as an oral or poster presentation
Guidelines for Abstract preparation to be presented @ ICNPU-2023
– The abstract must be written in English;
– Title should be typed in capital letters, using Times New Roman, in bold (14 pt font size);
– The authors’ full names in lower case (12 pt font) should be given along with their full affiliation details. In case of multiple authors, name of the presenting author should be underlined;
– Words count for each abstract should not exceed 250 words (incl. acknowledgements if any; except for the references). The aim of the work, the methods used and the main results with eventual conclusions should be placed here. Up to 3 references are allowed (Times New Roman, 11 pt font size). The text should be single spaced and justified. Chemical nomenclature should be in accordance with the systematic rules adopted by IUPAC or Chemical Abstracts.
Important: Each registered author is allowed to have maximum 2 presentations (oral or poster). Co-authorship, however, is not affected by this limit.
*** PLEASE KINDLY NOTE THAT THE ABSTRACTS, NOT PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GUIDELINES GIVEN ABOVE WILL BE SENT BACK TO THE AUTHORS FOR REVISIONS
NMR-based metabolomics of Verbascum species and evaluation of their BiOCTIVITIES
Milen I. Georgiev1, Petya Dimitrova2, Kalina Alipieva3, Robert Verpoorte4
1 Laboratory of Metabolomics, Institute of Microbiology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
2 Department of Immunology, Institute of Microbiology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
3 Institute of Organic Chemistry with Centre of Phytochemistry, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
4 Natural Products Laboratory, Institute of Biology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
Mulleins (Verbascum L., Scrophulariaceae) have been used in the traditional folk medicine since time immemorial for treatment of a wide range of human ailments, inter alia bronchitis, tuberculosis, asthma, and different inflammations . (Maximum 250 words)
Acknowledgements: if any.
Chemical structure: Up to 2 structures can be presented (structures MUST be prepared in ChemDraw/CDX and then inserted to the word file).
- Georgiev MI, Ali K, Alipieva K, Verpoorte R, Choi YH (2011) Metabolic differentiations and classification of Verbascum species by NMR-based metabolomics. Phytochemistry 72: 2045-2051.
- Alipieva K, Korkina L, Erdogan Orhan I, Georgiev MI (2014) Verbascoside – A review of its occurrence, (bio)synthesis and pharmacological significance. Biotechnology Advances 32: 1065-1076.
- Georgiev MI, Ivanovska N, Alipieva K, Dimitrova P, Verpoorte R (2013) Harpagoside: from Kalahari Desert to pharmacy shelf. Phytochemistry 92: 8-15.
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