Mutiniside, new antioxidant phenolic glucoside from Abutilon muticum

  title={Mutiniside, new antioxidant phenolic glucoside from Abutilon muticum},
  author={Samar Ali and Shazia Yasmeen and Nighat Afza and Abdul Malik and Lubna Iqbal and Mehreen Lateef and Naheed Riaz and Muhammad Ashraf},
  journal={Journal of Asian Natural Products Research},
  pages={457 - 464}
Mutiniside (1), new phenolic glucoside, and the flavonoidal glucoside cephacoside (2) have been isolated from the n-BuOH soluble fraction, along with lupeol (3), β-sitosterol (4), stigmasterol (5), methyl-4-hydroxybenzoate (6), taraxacin (7), ursolic acid (8), and β-sitosterol-3-O-β-d-glucopyranoside (9), have been isolated from the EtOAc soluble fraction of Abutilon muticum. Compounds 2–9 are reported for the first time from this species. Compound 1 showed significant antioxidant activity… 
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