Lolidine — A new chlorine-containing alkaloid from the seeds of Lolium cuneatum
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A new chlorine-containing alkaloid, lolidine, has been isolated from the seeds ofL. cuneatum Nevski. On the basis of its spectral characteristics and the production of loline and norloline on hydrolysis, structure (I) has been established for it.
KeywordsAlkaloid Caustic Soda Methiodide Combine Alkaloid Loline
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