Alkaloids isolated from Tabernaemontana bufalina display xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity.

@article{Shi2019AlkaloidsIF,
  title={Alkaloids isolated from Tabernaemontana bufalina display xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity.},
  author={Bao-Bao Shi and Jing Chen and Mei‐Fen Bao and Ying Zeng and Xiang-Hai Cai},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2019},
  volume={166},
  pages={
          112060
        }
}
Continued interest in bioactive alkaloids led to the isolation of four undescribed alkaloids along with 74 known ones from the aerial parts of Tabernaemontana bufalina Lour. The structures of the yet undescribed alkaloids were elucidated based on NMR, IR, UV, MS and CD spectroscopic data and X-ray crystal diffraction and, according to the plant source, named as taberhaines A-D (1-4). The known compounds comprised of 66 monoterpenoid indole, three carboline and five isoquinoline alkaloids. Among… 
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