Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 9, Issue 6, pp 699–702 | Cite as

Flavones of the roots of Scutellaria baicalensis

  • T. P. Popova
  • V. I. Litvinenko
  • I. P. Kovalev


1. A qualitative analysis of the flavonoid aglycones in the roots ofScutellaria baicalensis Georg. has been performed, and more than 20 substances have been detected in them.

2. Six individual flavonoid aglycones have been obtained, and on the basis of chemical and spectral characteristics they have been identified as baicalein, 7-O-methylbaicalein, oroxylin, norwogonin, 7-O-methylnorwogonin, and wogonin.


Flavonoid Flavone Baicalein Baicalin Wogonin 


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  • T. P. Popova
  • V. I. Litvinenko
  • I. P. Kovalev

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