Amides and an Alkaloid from Portulaca oleracea

  title={Amides and an Alkaloid from Portulaca oleracea},
  author={T. Kokubun and G. Kite and N. Veitch and M. S. Simmonds},
  journal={Natural Product Communications},
  • T. Kokubun, G. Kite, +1 author M. S. Simmonds
  • Published 2012
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Natural Product Communications
  • A total of 16 phenolic compounds, including one new and five known N-cinnamoyl phenylethylamides, one new pyrrole alkaloid named portulacaldehyde, five phenylpropanoid acids and amides, and derivatives of benzaldehyde and benzoic acid, were isolated and identified from a polar fraction of an extract of Portulaca oleracea. Their structures were determined through spectroscopic analyses. 
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