Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp 320–323 | Cite as

Structure and configuration of severtzidine

  • K. Samikov
  • R. Shakitov
  • S. Yu. Yunusov
Article

Summary

1. From the combined alkaloids of the epigeal part ofKorolkowia sewertsovii Rgl. collected at Saryagach we have isolated sevkorine, korseveriline, korseveridine, korseverinine, a base with mp 212–214°C, and the new alkaloid severtizidine.

2. On the basis of a study of the chemical and physical characteristics of the alkaloids itself and the products of its transformations, the most probable structure and configuration of severtzidine has been established as 3β,6β,14α-trihydroxycevanine.

Keywords

Alkaloid Hydroxy Group Imidazole Ring Epigeal Part Chromium Trioxide 

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  • K. Samikov
  • R. Shakitov
  • S. Yu. Yunusov

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