Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp 225–230 | Cite as

Micranthoside — A new glycoside fromEupatorium micranthum

  • T. G. Sagareishvili
  • M. D. Alaniya
  • V. G. Tsitsishvili
  • É. P. Kemertelidze


From the epigeal parts of the plantEupatorium micranthum Less., introduced into the Sukhumi Botanical Garden, a new glycoside has been isolated which has been called micranthoside and which has the structure of 4′,5-di-0-β-glucosyl-7-0-methyldihydrokaempferol or 4′,5-di-0-β-D-glucosyl-7-0-methylaromadendrin.


Glycoside Kaempferol Epigeal Part Hydriodic Acid Zirconyl Chloride 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. G. Sagareishvili
  • M. D. Alaniya
  • V. G. Tsitsishvili
  • É. P. Kemertelidze

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