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Diterpene glycosides from leaves of Chinese Rubus chingii and fruits of R. suavissimus, and identification of the source plant of the Chinese folk medicine "fu-pen-zi"

Diterpene glycosides from leaves of Chinese Rubus chingii and fruits of R. suavissimus, and identification of the source plant of the Chinese folk medicine "fu-pen-zi"

Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 35(7): 3021-3024

ISSN/ISBN: 0009-2363

PMID: 3677250

DOI: 10.1248/cpb.35.3021

R. chingii was identified as the source plant of Fu-pen-zi. Rubusoside, the sweet diterpene glycoside present in R. suavissimus leaves, was also detected in fruits of R. suavissimus.

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