Chemical investigation of the bitter substances of the fruit of Lonicera caerulea

@article{Vereshchagin2004ChemicalIO,
  title={Chemical investigation of the bitter substances of the fruit of Lonicera caerulea},
  author={Alexander L. Vereshchagin and E. V. Anikina and A. I. Syrchina and M. F. Lapin and L. A. Azin and Alexander A. Semenov},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2004},
  volume={25},
  pages={289-292}
}
Esters of malic and citric acids have been isolated from an ethyl acetate fraction of an ethanolic extraction ofLonicera caerulea L.: dibutyl malate (I), 4-butyl 1-methyl malate (II), 1-butyl 4-methyl malate (III), tributyl citrate (IV), 1,5-dibutyl citrate (V), 1,1′-dibutyl citrate (VI), 1,5-dibutyl 1′-methyl citrate (VII), 1,1′-dibutyl 5-methyl citrate (VIII), 1-butyl citrate (IX), 1′-butyl citrate (X), 1′-butyl 1,5-dimethyl citrate (XI), and 1-butyl 1′,5-dimethyl citrate (XII). Compounds (I… CONTINUE READING
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