Fexeridin and fexerinin — New esters fromFerula xeromorpha
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The new esters fexeridin and fexerinin have been isolated from the roots ofFerula xeromorpha Eug. Kor. On the basis of the products of chemical transformations and spectral characteristics, it has been established that fexerinin is an ester of juniferol with vanillic acid at C2, and fexeridin is an ester of vanillic acid and 1,1,4,8-tetramethylcycloundec-3-ene-2,5,8-triol.
KeywordsHydroxy Group Vanillic Acid Sodium Carbonate Solution Vinyl Methyl Triol
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