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Four neolignan ketones from Piper capense

Four neolignan ketones from Piper capense

Phytochemistry 1991(11): 3759-3762

Further studies of a chloroform extract of Piper capense roots have resulted in the isolation and characterization of four new neolignans. Three of these compounds are unusual 2'-oxo-8.1'-neolignans, while the fourth is of the more common 6'-oxo-8.3'-neolignan variety.

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