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Phenolic glycosides from Barnettia kerrii


Phytochemistry 59(5): 565-570
Phenolic glycosides from Barnettia kerrii
From the leaves and branches Barnettia kerrii, two verbascoside derivatives (6"-O-acetylverbascoside and 4'''-O-acetylverbascoside), as well as two phenolic glycosides (khaephuosides A and B) were isolated together with 15 known compounds. The structural elucidations were based on analyses of spectroscopic data.

Accession: 003880984

PMID: 11853753

DOI: 10.1016/s0031-9422(01)00476-9

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