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Polar Constituents of Calceolaria ascendens1


, : Polar Constituents of Calceolaria ascendens1. Planta Medica 54(4): 347-348

a new phenylpropanoid glucoside, 1'-O-.beta.-D-(3,4-dihydroxy-.beta.-phenyl)-ethyl-4'-O-caffeoyl-.beta.-D-apiosyl-(1'''.fwdarw.3')-glucopyranoside, named calceolarioside E, was isolated from Calceolaria ascendens Lind., together with two other phenylpropanoid glucosides, verbascoside and forsythoside A, and cyclohexanols rengyol, isorengyol, and 4-hydroxy-4-(2'-hydroxyethyl)-cyclohexanone.

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Accession: 049943510

PMID: 17265284

DOI: 10.1055/s-2006-962454

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