Grayanoids from the Ericaceae family: structures, biological activities and mechanism of action

@article{Li2013GrayanoidsFT,
  title={Grayanoids from the Ericaceae family: structures, biological activities and mechanism of action},
  author={Yong Li and Yun-Bao Liu and Shi-Shan Yu},
  journal={Phytochemistry Reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={305-325}
}
Grayanoids, occurring exclusively in Ericaceae plants, are well-known highly toxic components from the genera Rhododendron, Pieris, Leucothoe, Craibiodendron, Lyonia, Kalmia, etc. Grayanoids have been the topic of research in many phytochemical and pharmacological laboratories due to their complex structures and fascinating bioactivities. This review, citing 100 references, summarises their chemistry, including the total synthesis and bioactivity of grayanoids isolated from the Ericaceae family… CONTINUE READING

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