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Isolation of Quercetin and Isorhamnetin Derivatives and Evaluation of Anti-microbial and Anti-inflammatory Activities of Persicaria glabra

@article{Manivannan2015IsolationOQ,
  title={Isolation of Quercetin and Isorhamnetin Derivatives and Evaluation of Anti-microbial and Anti-inflammatory Activities of Persicaria glabra},
  author={Rajamanickam Manivannan and R. Shopna},
  journal={Natural product sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={170-175}
}
− The present study aims to detect the rare flavonoids isolated from the leaves of Persicaria glabra. The known flavonoids: quercetin ( 1 ), isorhamnetin ( 2 ), avicularin ( 3 ) and new one isorhamnetin-3- O - α -L-(6''- E - p -coumaroyl)-rhamnoside ( 4 ) were identified by HPLC, UV, IR and NMR. P. glabra has used traditionally for its analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic properties. To find out the ingredients responsible for the efficiency of this plant, we have used to study the… 

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