A steroid glycoside from the seeds ofYucca macrocarpa

@article{Grishkovets2006ASG,
  title={A steroid glycoside from the seeds ofYucca macrocarpa},
  author={Vladimir I. Grishkovets and Pavel A Karpov and Svetlana V. Iksanova and Vasiliy Y Ya. Chirva},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={738-740}
}
glycosides, of which the more polar one greatly predominated, and also trace amounts of still more polar glycosides. The isolation of the main steroid glycoside (SG) was achieved by defardng the carefully ground seeds with hexane, followed by exlraction with 80% isopropyl alcohol. Evaporation of the alcoholic extract gave a 20% total yield of unpurified glycosides. Crystallization of this mixture from ethanol enabled the main glycoside to be obtained in the practically pure state with a yield… 
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