Mass spectrometric profiling of valepotriates possessing various acyloxy groups from Valeriana jatamansi.

  title={Mass spectrometric profiling of valepotriates possessing various acyloxy groups from Valeriana jatamansi.},
  author={Sheng Lin and Ji Ye and Xu Liang and Xi Zhang and Juan Su and Peng Fu and Diya Lv and Lei Shan and Yun-Heng Shen and Huiliang Li and Xianwen Yang and Wei-Dong Zhang},
  journal={Journal of mass spectrometry : JMS},
  volume={50 11},
Valepotriates, plant secondary metabolites of the family Valerianaceae, contain various acyloxy group linkages to the valepotriate nucleus and exhibit significant biological activities. Identification of valepotriates is important to uncover potential lead compounds for the development of new sedative and antitumor drugs. However, making their structure elucidation by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments is too difficult to be realized because of the overlapped carbonyl carbon signals… 
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