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4'-O-Methylstephavanine from Stephania abyssinica


, : 4'-O-Methylstephavanine from Stephania abyssinica. Journal of Natural Products 56(11): 2022-2025

The leaves of S. abyssinica are used as a purgative and emetic, and the roots are used to treat roundworm, menorrhagia and boils. Stephavanine, and a new alkaloid, 4'-O-methylstephavanine, were isolated from the EtOH extract of the roots of S. abyssinica (collected from central Ethiopia). Their structures were determined from spectral data.

Accession: 002549968

PMID: 8289070

DOI: 10.1021/np50101a029

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