Glycosides of marine invertebrates—I. A comparative study of the glycoside fractions of pacific sea cucumbers

@article{Elyakov1973GlycosidesOM,
  title={Glycosides of marine invertebrates—I. A comparative study of the glycoside fractions of pacific sea cucumbers},
  author={George B. Elyakov and Valentin A Stonik and Eleonora V Levina and V. P. Slanke and T A Kuznetsova and V. S. Levin},
  journal={Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B},
  year={1973},
  volume={44},
  pages={325-336}
}
1. 1. Glycoside fractions from thirty-four sea cucumber species were isolated by means of precipitation with cholesterol and subjected to a comparative examination. 2. 2. Previously unknown triterpene glycosides were detected in the genera Bohaschia, Stichopus, Thelenota, Cucumaria and Afrocucumis. 3. 3. Glycoside fraction hydrolysis products were investigated. 4. 4. A relationship was established between the systematic position of the animal and its glycoside content. The families… Expand
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