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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 49, Issue 1, pp 124–126 | Cite as

Phenolic Compounds and Cinnamamide from Scutellaria scordiifolia

  • D. N. Olennikov
  • N. K. Chirikova
Article

Scutellaria scordiifolia Fisch. ex Schrank (Lamiaceae) is a plant species, the aerial part of which was used by Buryatiyan lamas under the name hong len ser po as an antipyretic for infectious diseases of various etiology [1]. Despite the broad distribution of this species in Siberia, information on its chemical composition is scarce. The aerial part of S. scordiifolia is known to contain several flavones (chrysin, apigenin, luteolin, wogonin, baicalein, oroxylin, scutellarin) and their 7-O-glucuronides [2,3]. The goal of the present work was to study the composition of phenolic compounds of S. scordiifolia growing in Buryatiya.

The aerial part of S. scordiifoliawas collected during flowering in the vicinity of Georgievsk (Khorin Region, Republic of Buryatiya, 6 Aug., 2011, 52°27′00″ N, 110°29′46″ E). The species was determined by Cand. Pharm. Sci. G. V. Chekhirova (IGEB, SB, RAS, Ulan-Ude). A sample of the raw material is preserved in the herbarium of the IGEB, SB, RAS (No....

Keywords

Aerial Part Luteolin Apigenin Baicalein Baicalin 
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Acknowledgment

The work was supported financially by RGNF project No. 12-06-12026.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of General and Experimental Biology, Siberian BranchRussian Academy of SciencesUlan-UdeRussia

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