Antibacterial mono- and sesquiterpene esters of benzoic acids from Iranian propolis

@inproceedings{Trusheva2010AntibacterialMA,
  title={Antibacterial mono- and sesquiterpene esters of benzoic acids from Iranian propolis},
  author={Boryana Trusheva and Ivelin Todorov and Mariana Ninova and Hristo M Najdenski and Ali Daneshmand and Vassya Bankova},
  booktitle={Chemistry Central journal},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Propolis (bee glue) has been used as a remedy since ancient times. Propolis from unexplored regions attracts the attention of scientists in the search for new bioactive molecules. RESULTS From Iranian propolis from the Isfahan province, five individual components were isolated: the prenylated coumarin suberosin 1, and four terpene esters: tschimgin (bornyl p-hydroxybenzoate) 2, tschimganin (bornyl vanillate) 3, ferutinin (ferutinol p-hydroxybenzoate) 4, and tefernin (ferutinol… CONTINUE READING
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