Milanjilactones A and B, two novel cytotoxic norditerpene dilactones fromPodocarpus milanjianus Rendle
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Two new cytotoxic norditerpene dilactones, milanjilactones A(3) and B(4) have been isolated from the stem bark ofPodocarpus milanjianus Rendle and characterized, on the basis of spectroscopic evidence, as 1,2-dehydro derivatives of nagilactones F(1) and G(2).
KeywordsBark Dilactones Stem Bark Spectroscopic Evidence
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