Pedicine, a New Alkaloid from Haplophyllum pedicellatum
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The new alkaloid pedicine and the known bases dictamnine, skimmianine, evoxine, haplophine, perfamine, and glycoperine were separated from total alkaloids from the aerial part of Haplophyllum pedicellatum collected in Surkhandarya Region, Republic of Uzbekistan. Pedicine was a quinolin-2-one derivative according to spectral characteristics.
KeywordsHaplophyllum pedicellatum family Rutaceae new 2-quinolone alkaloid pedicine structure 1D and 2D NMR spectra
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