Antimicrobial lignans derived from the roots of Streblus asper

@article{Nie2016AntimicrobialLD,
  title={Antimicrobial lignans derived from the roots of Streblus asper},
  author={Hui Nie and Xin-Lan Guan and Jian Li and Yan-jun Zhang and Ruijie He and Yan Huang and Buming Liu and Dexiong Zhou and Shengping Deng and Huangcan Chen and Ruiyun Yang and Jun Li},
  journal={Phytochemistry Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={226-231}
}
Abstract Four new lignans, (7′ R ,8′ S )-4,4'-Dimethoxy-strebluslignanol ( 1 ), 3'-Hydroxy-isostrebluslignaldehyde ( 2 ), 3,3'-Methylene-bis(4-hydroxybenzaldehyde) ( 3 ), and 4-Methoxy-isomagnaldehyde ( 4 ), and six known lignans ( 5 – 10) , were isolated from the roots of Streblus asper . The structures of these molecules were elucidated through various spectroscopic methods of analysis, including 1D and 2D NMR. The stereochemistry at the chiral centres was determined using the CD spectrum and… Expand
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