Erythrinaline alkaloids from the flowers and pods of Erythrina lysistemon and their DPPH radical scavenging properties.

@article{Juma2004ErythrinalineAF,
  title={Erythrinaline alkaloids from the flowers and pods of Erythrina lysistemon and their DPPH radical scavenging properties.},
  author={Benard F. Juma and Runner R. T. Majinda},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={65 10},
  pages={
          1397-404
        }
}
Fourteen different erythrinaline alkaloids have been isolated from the flowers and pods of Erythrina lysistemon with four being reported for the first time in nature and five for the first time in this species and the rest having been re-isolated. The new compounds are (+)-11beta-hydroxyerysotramidine (1), (+)-11beta-methoxyerysotramidine (2), (+)-11beta-hydroxyerysotrine N-oxide (4) and (+)-11beta-hydroxyerysotrine (8). (+)-11alpha-Hydroxyerysotrine N-oxide (3), earlier misidentified as… CONTINUE READING

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