Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 15, Issue 5, pp 585–586 | Cite as

Isolation of ecdysterone from the inflorescences ofRhaponticum integrifolium

  • A. U. Mamatkhanov
  • M. -R. I. Shamsutdinov
  • T. T. Shakirov


A method has been developed for isolating ecdysterone from the inflorescences ofRh. integrifolium. The yield is 0.15% on the weight of the raw material.


Ethyl Acetate Ecdysone Flower Head Japanese Patent Ecdysterone 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1980

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. U. Mamatkhanov
  • M. -R. I. Shamsutdinov
  • T. T. Shakirov

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