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Berberis alkaloids. XXXIII. Investigations of the alkaloids of Berberis vulgaris


, : Berberis alkaloids. XXXIII. Investigations of the alkaloids of Berberis vulgaris. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(3): 417-418

Seven alkaloids were isolated from the roots, shoots and leaves of B. vulgaris (collected from Tashkent). The main alkaloid of roots was berberine.

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