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Tri terpenoids from salvia pinnata






Phytochemistry (Oxford) 23(1): 133-134

Tri terpenoids from salvia pinnata

A new and 4 known triterpenoids were isolated from the leaves of S. pinnata. The structures of these compounds were established by spectral data and by some chemical reactions.


Accession: 006840408



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