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Mangostin from the barks of Hydnocarpus species


, : Mangostin from the barks of Hydnocarpus species. Phytochemistry 12(1): 232-233

Reports the isolation of mangostin, a tetra-oxygenated xanthene, from the bark of H. octandra and H. venenata.

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Accession: 000132914

DOI: 10.1016/s0031-9422(00)84667-1

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