Molecular structures and antiviral activities of naturally occurring and modified cassane furanoditerpenoids and friedelane triterpenoids from Caesalpinia minax.

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Further investigation of the active components of the chloroform fraction of the seeds of Caesalpinia minax led to the isolation of a new cassane furanoditerpenoid, caesalmin H (1), together with two known furanoditerpenoid lactones, caesalmin B (2) and bonducellpin D (3). Reduction of the naturally abundant caesalmin D (9), E (10) and F (11) resulted in… (More)

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@article{Jiang2002MolecularSA, title={Molecular structures and antiviral activities of naturally occurring and modified cassane furanoditerpenoids and friedelane triterpenoids from Caesalpinia minax.}, author={Renwang Jiang and Shuangcheng Ma and Zhen-dan He and Xue-song Huang and Paul Pui-Hay But and Hua Wang and Siu-Pang Chan and Vincent Eng-Choon Ooi and Hong-Xi Xu and Thomas C W Mak}, journal={Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry}, year={2002}, volume={10 7}, pages={2161-70} }