Baeckeins F-I, four novel C-methylated biflavonoids from the roots of Baeckea frutescens and their anti-inflammatory activities.


Baeckea frutescens is an aromatic shrub used in South China as an ornamental and as a spice. Four unusual C-methylated biflavonoids named baeckeins F-I (1-4) were isolated from the roots of B. frutescens. The baeckeins F-I possessed a unique carbon skeleton, a flavonol conjugated with a coumaronochromone molecule via the unusual linkages of C-2-C-8 and C-3… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.01.022


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