Alkaloids of Vinca minor

@article{Tulyaganov2004AlkaloidsOV,
  title={Alkaloids of Vinca minor},
  author={Timur Tulyaganov and A. M. Nigmatullaev},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={540}
}
Vinca minor L. (common periwinkle) is an evergreen rhizomous bush of the Apocynaceae (Lindl) family [1, 2]. It is distributed in middle and southern Europe and the Caucuses. It grows in broad-leaf forests of the Baltics, Belorussia, Moldova , and the Ukraine. The plant is often cultivated as a decorative in gardens and parks. Preparations containing alkaloids are prepared from V. minor and used as hypotensive treatments for hypertension [2]. More than 45 alkaloids have been isolated from the… 
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