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The flowers constitute one of the main sites of accumulation of phenolic compounds in plants of the Hypericum genus. In addition to their important pharmacological activities, some metabolites found in species from the section Brathys and Trigynobrathys appear to have chemotaxonomic significance according to the literature. HPLC analyses were carried out to(More)
Hypericum is a prolific source of acylphloroglucinol derivatives. Unlike the monomeric polyisoprenylated acylphloroglucinols hyperforin and adhyperforin, which are the main phloroglucinols in Hypericum perforatum (section Hypericum), dimeric structures are to the best of our knowledge exclusively reported in sections Brathys and Trigynobrathys belonging to(More)
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