A New Non-Glycosidic Iridoid and a New Bisiridoid from Argylia radiata1.

@article{Bianco1991ANN,
  title={A New Non-Glycosidic Iridoid and a New Bisiridoid from Argylia radiata1.},
  author={Armandodoriano Bianco and Pietro Passacantilli and Juan Antonio Garbarino and Vicente Gambaro and Mauro Serafini and Marcello Nicoletti and Claudio Rispoli and Giuliana Righi},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={1991},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={
          286-7
        }
}
From ARGYLIA RADIATA a non-glycosidic iridoid, the (4a S, 7 S, 7a S)-7-hydroxy-7-methyl-1,4a,5,6,7,7a-heptahydrocyclopenta[ C]pyran-3(4 H)-one, and a bisiridoid, derived from the junction of catalpol and 7-deoxyloganic acid, were isolated. 

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