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Flavonoids from Cymbalaria muralis Gaernt


, : Flavonoids from Cymbalaria muralis Gaernt. Phytotherapy Research 10(Supplement 1): S84-S85

Flavonoids including apigenin, luteolin, and their 7-glucosides, chrysoeriol 7-glucoside and apigenin, luteolin and chrysoeriol 7-glucuronides were isolated from the ethanolic extract of aerial parts of C. muralis (collected from Genoa, Italy). These compounds were identified from their spectral data.


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