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Triterpenoids from the Schisandraceae family.
This review covers the structures, proposed biosynthetic pathways, total synthesis and biological activities of these and other triterpenoids from the plants of the family Schisandraceae.
Kadcoccilactones A-J, triterpenoids from Kadsura coccinea.
This is the first report on nortriterpenoids (2, 4-6, 8-10) from the genus Kadsura, and the structures were elucidated by spectroscopic evidence and single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis.
Novel Diterpenoids from Salvia dugesii
Two novel rearranged clerodane diterpenoids, dugesin A (1) and dugesin B (2), were isolated from the aerial parts of Salvia dugesii, together with five known clerodane diterpenoids: isosalvipuberulin
Four New Dibenzocyclooctadiene Lignans from Schisandra rubriflora
From the aerial parts of Schisandra rubriflora (FRANCH) REHD. et WILS., four new dibenzocyclooctadiene lignans, methylgomisin R (1), (+)-14-tigloylgomisin K(3) (2), 12-demethylwuweilignan I (3),
Structure and anti-HIV activity of micrandilactones B and C, new nortriterpenoids possessing a unique skeleton from Schisandra micrantha.
Two new highly oxygenated nortriterpenoids with a unique norcycloartane skeleton, micrandilactones B and C, were isolated from Schisandra micrantha, and the potent anti-HIV-1 activity and unique structural features of make it a promising lead for therapeutic development of a new generation of anti-hIV drug.
Wuweizidilactones A-F: novel highly oxygenated nortriterpenoids with unusual skeletons isolated from Schisandra chinensis.
A phytochemical study of secondary metabolites produced by Schisandra chinensis has led to the isolation of six novel highly oxygenated nortriterpenoids, wuweizidilactones A-F (1-6). Compounds 3-6
Four new prenylated isoflavonoids in Tadehagi triquetrum.
The structures of 1-4 were elucidated on the basis of spectroscopic and spectrometric methods, and compounds 1-3 displayed mild anthelminthic bioactivity, and compound 3 showed a significant binding ability to the estrogen receptor.