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Indonesian medicinal plants. I. New furanoditerpenes from Arcangelisia flava MERR. (2). Stereostructure of furanoditerpenes determined by nuclear magnetic resonance analysis






Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 35(12): 4839-4845

Indonesian medicinal plants. I. New furanoditerpenes from Arcangelisia flava MERR. (2). Stereostructure of furanoditerpenes determined by nuclear magnetic resonance analysis

Structural data are presented on 6 furanoditerpenes isolated from the stems.


Accession: 001615777

PMID: 3451805

DOI: 10.1248/cpb.35.4839



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