Flavonoids and anthocyans from Alhagi pseudoalhagi

@article{Novruzov2009FlavonoidsAA,
  title={Flavonoids and anthocyans from Alhagi pseudoalhagi},
  author={E. N. Novruzov and G. Abdullaeva and L. A. Shamsizade and N. S. Mustafaev},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2009},
  volume={45},
  pages={249-250}
}
The plant Alhagi pseudoalhagi is relatively little studied. Acidic sulfatidylated polygalactones, tanning agents [1], catechins, and proanthocyanidines [2] have been observed in its aerial part. It was found that tincture prepared from runners exhibits diuretic, litholytic [3], hypoazotemic, antioxidant [4], and cholegogic activity [5]. Herein we present data on the flavonoid composition of the aerial part and the qualitative composition and quantitative content of anthocyans from flowers of A… Expand
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