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1 beta ,10 alpha -Dihydroxyarglabin - a new sesquiterpene lactone from Artemisia glabella

, : 1 beta ,10 alpha -Dihydroxyarglabin - a new sesquiterpene lactone from Artemisia glabella. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 1994; 29(6): 735-739

A new sesquiterpenoid lactone was isolated from the aerial parts of A. glabella, collected during anthesis from the valley of the river Taldy, Karaganda Province, Kazakhstan.

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