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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 21, Issue 5, pp 638–645 | Cite as

Structure of 22-deoxocucurbitacins isolated fromBryonia alba andEcbalium elaterium

  • A. G. Panosyan
  • M. N. Nikishchenko
  • G. M. Avetisyan
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Abstract

22-Deoxocucurbitacin D (II), dihydrocucurbitacin B, cucurbitacin L, and the previously unknown rhamnoglucosyl-22-deoxo-16,23-epoxycucurbitosides A (III) and B (IV) have been isolated from the roots ofBryonia alba and identified. Glucoside (III) has also been identified in the fruit ofEcbalium elaterium L.

Keywords

Alba Ferric Chloride AcOH Methyl Ether Trione 

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  • A. G. Panosyan
  • M. N. Nikishchenko
  • G. M. Avetisyan

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