Lycofargesiines A-F, further Lycopodium alkaloids from the club moss Huperzia fargesii.

  title={Lycofargesiines A-F, further Lycopodium alkaloids from the club moss Huperzia fargesii.},
  author={J. Xiong and Wei-Jia Meng and Hai-Yan Zhang and Y. Zou and Wen-Xuan Wang and Xin-Yi Wang and Qi-lian Yang and Ezzat E A Osman and Jin-Feng Hu},
Six undescribed Lycopodium alkaloids (LAs) comprising four lycodine-type (lycofargesiines A-D), one lycopodine-type (lycofargesiine E), and a phlegmarine-type (lycofargesiine F), together with 16 known ones were isolated from the club moss Huperzia fargesii. Their structures and absolute configurations were determined by extensive spectroscopic methods, electronic circular dichroism (ECD) analysis, and density functional theory (DFT) calculations. (7S,8R,12R,13R)-Lycofargesiine A is a rare… Expand
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