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Phytochemical study onCatalpa ovata


From the stem bark ofCatalpa ovata, lupeol, 2(4-hydroxyphenyl)ethyl triacotanoate, a mixture of 9-hydroxy α-lapachone and α-lapachone, 9-methoxy α-lapachone, ferulic acid, 6-feruloyl catalpol, catalposide and 6′-feruloyl sucrose were isolated and identified.

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Young, H.S., Kim, M.S., Park, H.J. et al. Phytochemical study onCatalpa ovata . Arch. Pharm. Res. 15, 322–327 (1992).

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  • Catalpa ovata
  • Bignoniaceae
  • lupeol
  • 6-O-feruloyl catalpol
  • 6′-O-feruloyl sucrose