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Monoterpene Glucosides from Cunila spicata.
The leaves of CUNILA SPICATA L. (Lamiaceae) yielded five monoterpene glucosides: three esters of oleuropeic acid with glucose ( 1, 2/3) as well as betulalbuside A ( 4) and roseoside A ( 5). StructureExpand
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Triterpenes with a new 9-epi-cucurbitan skeleton from Senecio selloi
From the fresh aerial parts of Senecio selloi (Asteraceae), two diastereomeric triterpenes with a hitherto unknown skeleton have been isolated. The structure has been elucidated mainly by advancedExpand
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Antimalarial activity of some natural peroxides.
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Sesquiterpene peroxides from Senecio selloi and Eupatorium rufescens.
Two bisabolane-type sesquiterpenes, zingiberene-3,6-beta-endoperoxide (1) and zingiberene-3,6-alpha-endoperoxide (2) have been isolated from the aerial parts of Senecio selloi and EupatoriumExpand
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New Monoterpenes from Cunila spicata.
  • D. Manns
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Planta medica
  • 1 April 1993
The leaves of CUNILA SPICATA Benth. (Lamiaceae) yielded a monoterpene diacetate called iso-rosiridol diacetate ( 1) and two isomeric hydroperoxymonoterpenes ( 2, 3) as well as beta-sitosterol,Expand
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Screening of brazilian plants for the presence of peroxides
Chloroform or dichloromethane extracts of 357 southern Brazilian plant species were tested for the presence of peroxides by thinlayer chromatography, using the spray reagent from Huber & Frohlke.Expand
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Peroxide als Pflanzeninhaltsstoffe, 12. Mitt.: Peroxide vom Davanon‐Typ aus der Eberraute (Artemisia abrotanum) und ihre Darstellung
Aus den oberirdischen Teilen der Eberraute (Artemisia abrotanum L., Asteraceae) wurden neben (+)‐Davanon (1) und Arteinculton (3) die bekannten Peroxyhalbketale 2, 5 und 7 isoliert. Als neue PeroxideExpand
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Detection of apoptosis in KG-1a leukemic cells treated with investigational drugs.
Four investigational drugs, p-benzoquinone, primine, miconidine acetate, and artesunate (dihydroqinghaosusuccinate), with growth inhibitory activity against flagellatae (e.g. trypanosoma, leptomonas,Expand
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Linalool and cineole type glucosides from Cunila spicata.
  • D. Manns
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Phytochemistry
  • 1 July 1995
The leaves of Cunila spicata yielded a monoterpenetriol and six glycosidic terpenoids derived from linalool, hydroxylated linalool and 1,8-cineole: 3,7-dimethyl-oct-1-ene-3,6,7-triol,Expand
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Peroxides as Constituents of Plants, Part 19: A C50‐Hydroperoxide from Hypericum perforatum
A new C50‐hydroperoxide (1) with a hitherto unknown constitution, containing cadinane hydroperoxide and hyperforin (2) as partial structures, was isolated from the stems and leaves of St. John's wortExpand
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