Chemistry of Natural Compounds

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Memories of P. S. Massagetov (1894–1972)

  • V. V. Kiselev
  • L. N. Filitis
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P. S. massagetov's scientific publications

Expedition work

  1. 1.
    “The Turkestan expedition of the Scientific-Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemicals of 1925,” Khim. Farmats. Zh., No. 3, 9–11; No. 4, 5–8, No. 9, 4–5 (1926).Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    “The Tien Shan expedition of NIKhFI,” Khim. Farmats. Prom., 134–142 (1932).Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    “An investigation of the alkaloids of Transcaucasian plants. Work of the NIKhFI expedition in 1934,” Khim. Farmats. Prom., 119–126 (1935).Google Scholar
  4. 4.
    “The search for alkaloid-bearing plants in Central Asia in 1945,” Farmatsiya, No. 3, 22–30 (1946).Google Scholar
  5. 5.
    “The search for alkaloid-bearing plants in Central Asia,” VILR, ed. V. V. Feofilaktov, No. 9, 3–38 (1947).Google Scholar
  6. 6.
    “Anabasis (Anabasis aphylla L.),” VILR, No. 10, 257–310 (1950).Google Scholar
  7. 7.
    P. S. Massagetov, “Alkaloids in plants of the family Eleagnaceae,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,16, 139–140, 775–776 (1946).Google Scholar
  8. 8.
    G. P. Men'shikov, S. I. Denisova, and P. S. Massagetov, “An investigation of the alkaloids ofTurnefortia sibirica. I. The new alkaloid turneforcine,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,22, 1465–1467 (1952).Google Scholar
  9. 9.
    M. M. Rubinshtein, G. P. Men'shikov, and P. S. Massagetov, “An investigation of the alkaloids ofOrobanche lutea. I. The new alkaloid orobanchamine,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,23, 156 (1953).Google Scholar
  10. 10.
    A. D. Kuzovkov, P. S. Massagetov, and R. I. Bogomazova, “An investigation of the alkaloids of the plantStizolophus balsamita (Lam),” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,23, 157 (1953).Google Scholar
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    T. F. Platonova, P. S. Massagetov, and A. D. Kuzovkov, “An investigation of the alkaloids of the plantLeontice ewesmanni Bge. I. The new alkaloid thaspine and the alkaloid isoleontine. Preparation of leontidane and isoleontidane,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,23, 880–886 (1953).Google Scholar
  12. 12.
    A. V. Danilova, R. A. Konovalova, P. S. Massagetov, and M. I. Garina, “An investigation of the alkaloids of species of Senecio. VIII. The alkaloids ofSenecio sarracenius,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,23, 1417–1421 (1953); Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR,89, 865–866 (1953).Google Scholar
  13. 13.
    A. V. Danilova, L. M. Utkin, and P. S. Massagetov, “An investigation of the alkaloids ofSenecio macrophyllus,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,25, 831–834 (1955).Google Scholar
  14. 14.
    T. F. Platonova, P. S. Massagetov, A. D. Kuzovkov, and L. M. Utkin, “The alkaloids of plants of the family Papaveraceae,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,26, 173–180 (1956).Google Scholar
  15. 15.
    T. F. Platonova, A. D. Kuzovkov, and P. S. Massagetov, “An investigation of the alkaloids of the family Fleagnaceae. Isolation of tetrahydroharmol and N-methyltetrahydroharmol from the roots ofEleagnus angustifolia L.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,26, 3220–3223 (1956).Google Scholar
  16. 16.
    A. D. Kuzovkov and P. S. Massagetov, “An investigation ofAconitum alkaloids. VII. Monoacetylsongorine — a new alkaloid fromAconitum songoricum Stopf.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,26, 281–282 (1956)Google Scholar
  17. 17.
    A. D. Kuzovkov and P. S. Massagetov, “IX. Alkaloids fromAconitum excelsum,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,28, 258–261 (1958).Google Scholar
  18. 18.
    A. D. Kuzovkov and P. S. Massagetov, “XIII. The alkaloids ofAconitum rotundifolium Kar. et Kir andAconitum nemorum M. Pop.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,28, 3126–3128 (1958).Google Scholar
  19. 19.
    A. D. Kuzovkov and P. S. Massagetov, “Alkaloids of plants of the family Chenopodiaceae.Anabasis jaxartica andArthrophytum leptocladum,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,28, 3128–3131 (1958).Google Scholar
  20. 20.
    A. D. Kuzovkov and P. S. Massagetov, “Alkaloids of plants of the family Asclepiadaceae. I.Antitoxicum funebre (Boiss. et Ky.) Pobed.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,28, 3131–3133 (1958).Google Scholar
  21. 21.
    T. F. Platonova, P. S. Massagetov, and A. D. Kuzovkov, “Lallemancine — a new alkaloid from the plantLallemantia peltata (L.) Fisch. et May.,” Med. Prom.,16, No. 2, 14 (1962).Google Scholar
  22. 22.
    T. F. Platonova, P. S. Massagetov, and A. D. Kuzovkov, “Alkaloids from the plantsParentucellia flaviflora (Boiss.) Nevski andOdontites serotina (Lam.) Dum.,” Med. Prom.,17, No. 3, 7–8 (1963).Google Scholar
  23. 23.
    A. V. Bocharnikova and P. S. Massagetov, “The alkaloids ofLeptorhabdos parviflora Benth.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,34, 1025–1028 (1964).Google Scholar
  24. 24.
    L. I. Brutko and P. S. Massagetov, “New alkaloids of Delphinium,” Khim. Prirodn. Soedin.,3, 21–23 (1967).Google Scholar
  25. 25.
    L. I. Brutko and P. S. Massagetov, “Nitrogen-containing substances ofArtemisia rotundifolia,” Khim. Prirodn. Soedin.,3, 292 (1967).Google Scholar
  26. 26.
    L. I. Brutko and P. S. Massagetov, “A base fromTelekia speciosa,” Khim. Prirodn. Soedin.,4, 57–58 (1968).Google Scholar

The investigation of plant raw material

  1. 27.
    P. S. Massagetov, “Ephedra and ephedrine in the USSR,” Farmatsiya i Farmakologiya, No. 6, 17–27 (1938).Google Scholar
  2. 28.
    P. S. Massagetov, “Rock valerian (Patrinia intermedia), VNIKhFI, Index of new medicinal substances [in Russian], January 17–18, (1945).Google Scholar
  3. 29.
    P. S. Massagetov and A. D. Kuzovkov, “A study of the alkaloids of the plantNardosmia laevigata,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,23, 158–161 (1953).Google Scholar
  4. 30.
    A. D. Kuzovkov, P. S. Massagetov, and M. S. Rabinovich, “An investigation ofAconitum alkaloids. II. The alkaloids of the plantsDelphinium dictyocarpum D. C.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,25, 157–160 (1955).Google Scholar
  5. 31.
    A. D. Kuzovkov and P. S. Massagetov. “III. Alkaloids of the plantAconitum orientale Mill.,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,25, 178–181 (1955).Google Scholar
  6. 32.
    A. P. Yakovleva and P. S. Massagetov, “Alkaloids of the plantSophora Griffithii,” Zh. Obshch. Khim.,30, 348–349 (1960).Google Scholar
  7. 33.
    L. I. Brutko and P. S. Massagetov, “The lupinine content ofAnabasis aphylla L.,” Med. Prom.,18, No. 12, 34–35 (1964).Google Scholar
  8. 34.
    L. I. Brutko, P. S. Massagetov, and L. M. Utkin, “The alkaloid smyrnovine fromAstragalus tibetanus,” Khim. Prirodn. Soedin.,2, 441–442 (1966).Google Scholar
  9. 35.
    L. I. Brutko, P. S. Massagetov, and L. M. Utkin, “A study of species ofDelphinium as sources of raw material for the production of medicinal agents. Communication I. Alkaloids in the epigeal parts,” Rast. Res.,4, 46–49 (1968).Google Scholar
  10. 36.
    L. I. Brutko, P. S. Massagetov, and L. M. Utkin, “Communication II. Alkaloids in various parts of the plants,” Rast. Res.,6, 243–246 (1970).Google Scholar
  11. 37.
    L. I. Brutko, P. S. Massagetov, and L. M. Utkin, “Amount of isomers of anabasine in various samples ofAnabasis aphylla,” Rast. Res.,4, 334–336 (1968).Google Scholar
  12. 38.
    M. D. Mashkovskii, L. E. Rabkina, M. S. Rabinovich, P. S. Massagetov, A. D. Kuzovkov, N. A. Kryshova, and A. M. Fey, “The use of pachycarpine in medicinal practice,” USSR Authors' Certificate No. 93,699, Byul, Izobret., No. 5, 31 (1952).Google Scholar
  13. 39.
    P. M. Dozortseva- Kurbanova, M. D. Mashkovskii, P. S. Massagetov, A. D. Kuzovkov, M. S. Rabinovich, and N. A. Kryshova, “A method of treating diseases of the nervous system,” USSR Authors' Certificate No. 105,502, Byul. Izobret., No. 3, 84 (1957).Google Scholar
  14. 40.
    P. M. Dozortseva-Kurbanova, A. D. Kuzovkov, P. S. Massagetov, M. D. Mashkovskii, and L. G. Kabelyanskaya, “The substance melictine,” USSR Authors' Certificate No. 114,259, Byul. Izobret., No. 7, 40 (1958).Google Scholar
  15. 41.
    A. V. Danilova, P. S. Massagetov, L. M. Utkin, N. I. Koretskaya, V. S. Letina, and Yu. M. Kuznetsov, “A method of isolating the alkaloids platiphylline and seneciphylline,” USSR Authors' Certificate No. 126,225, Byul. Izobret., No. 4, 35 (1960).Google Scholar

An investigation of plants containing nitrogen-free lactones

  1. 42.
    P. S. Massagetov, “The dynamics of the accumulation of santonin in santolina,” Farmatsiya i Farmakologiya, No. 4, 18–25 (1938).Google Scholar
  2. 43.
    P. S. Massagetov, “Determination of santonin in plant raw material,” Khim. Farmats. Prom., 68–71 (1931); Arch. d. Pharm.,270, 392–395 (1932).Google Scholar
  3. 44.
    K. S. Rybalko and P. S. Massagetov, “The sesquiterpene lactones ofArtemisia leucodes Schrenk,” Med. Prom.,15, No. 11, 25–26 (1961).Google Scholar
  4. 45.
    K. S. Rybalko, P. S. Massagetov, and R. I. Evstratova, “The sesquiterpene lactones from some species of Artemisia,” Med. Prom.,17, No. 6, 41–43 (1963).Google Scholar

Investigation of plants containing substances with an antitumoral action

  1. 46.
    P. S. Massagetov and K. M. Markova, Colchicum, in: Chemistry and Medicine [in Russian], ed. G. N. Pershin, Vol. 7 (1956), pp. 15–22.Google Scholar
  2. 47.
    E. Ch. Pukhal'skaya, M. F. Petrova, and P. S. Massagetov, “The testing of plant extracts for cyctotoxic and antitumoral action,” Byull. Ékspt. Biol. i Med., No. 6, 57–60 (1957).Google Scholar
  3. 48.
    L. N. Filitis and P. S. Massagetov, “The antitumoral activity of aristolochic acid,” Vopr. Onkologii,7, No. 8, 97–98 (1961).Google Scholar
  4. 49.
    G. P. Men'shikov, M. F. Petrova, and P. S. Massagetov, “A method of obtaining serotonin,” USSR Authors' Certificate No. 137,234, Byul. Izobret., No. 7, 37 (1961).Google Scholar

Various plants

  1. 50.
    “Nectariferous plants of Central Asia,” in: News of Russian and Foreign Apiculture [in Russian], ed. A. Bryukhanenko, No. 3, 29–63 (1927).Google Scholar
  2. 51.
    “The apicultural subregions of Central Asia,” in: News of Russian and Foreign Apiculture [in Russian], A. Bryukhanenko (editor), No. 3, (1927) 63–74.Google Scholar
  3. 52.
    “The principal nectariferous plants of the Altai,” in: News of Russian and Foreign Apiculture [in Russian], A. Bryukhanenko (editor), No. 3 (1927), pp. 95–98.Google Scholar
  4. 53.
    “Sources of plant raw material for the chemical industry in Kazakhstan,” in: Methods for the Chemicalization of Kazakhstan [in Russian], Alma-Ata (1932), 119–134.Google Scholar
  5. 54.
    “Plant raw material resources for the chemical industry,” in the Academy of Sciences of the USSR collection: Conference on Productive Forces (SOPS). Khazakhstan Series (1932). Cited in the book: Fundamental Directions of the Work of VNIKhFI [Sergei Ordzhonikidze All-Union Scientific-Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemicals] [in Russian] (1959), p. 588.Google Scholar
  6. 55.
    “Medicinal herbs,” Nauka i Zizhna, No. 4, 20–22 (1953).Google Scholar
  7. 56.
    Medicinal, Odorous, and Technical Plants [in Russian] (1932), p. 6.Google Scholar
  8. 57.
    Anabasis aphylla L. [in Russian], Chimkent (1943).Google Scholar
  9. 58.
    Sacred Herbs [in Russian], Izd-vo Mysl' (1972), p. 75.Google Scholar

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