10-Hydroxydarlingine, a new tropane alkaloid from the Australian proteaceous plant triunia erythrocarpa.

@article{Butler200010HydroxydarlingineAN,
  title={10-Hydroxydarlingine, a new tropane alkaloid from the Australian proteaceous plant triunia erythrocarpa.},
  author={Mark S. Butler and Peter L. Katavic and R A Davis and Paul I. Forster and Gordon P. Guymer and Ronald J. Quinn},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  year={2000},
  volume={63 5},
  pages={
          688-9
        }
}
Triunia erythrocarpa was identified as containing alkaloids during chemical screening of Queensland Proteaceae using Dragendorff's reagent. A new tropane, 10-hydroxydarlingine (1), and the known tropane, darlingine (2), were isolated from the leaves of T. erythrocarpa. The absolute stereochemistry of 10-hydroxydarlingine (1) was assigned using the advanced Mosher method. T. erythrocarpa is only the seventh member of the Proteaceae to have been shown to produce alkaloids. 
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