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1-Nitroaknadinine from Stephania sutchuenensis


Phytochemistry (Oxford) 35(1): 263-265
1-Nitroaknadinine from Stephania sutchuenensis
Investigation of the Chinese plant, Stephania sutchuenensis, has led to the isolation of aknadinine and a new natural analogue, 1-nitroaknadinine, whose structure was determined by spectroscopic analysis and chemical transformation.

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Accession: 002549683

DOI: 10.1016/s0031-9422(00)90547-8



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