Oxidized heptenes from flowers of Melodorum fruticosum.

@article{Chaichantipyuth2001OxidizedHF,
  title={Oxidized heptenes from flowers of Melodorum fruticosum.},
  author={Chaiyo Chaichantipyuth and Suppachai Tiyaworanan and S Mekaroonreung and Nattaya Ngamrojnavanich and Sophon Roengsumran and Songchan Puthong and Amorn Petsom and T Ishikawa},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2001},
  volume={58 8},
  pages={
          1311-5
        }
}
Three oxidized heptenes, 7-benzoyloxy-6-oxo-2,4Z-heptadiene-1,4-olide, [7-benzoyloxy-4-hydroxy-1-methoxy-2E,4Z-heptadiene-1,6-dione] and 7-benzoyloxy-6-oxo-2,4E-heptadiene-1,4-olide, were isolated from flowers of Melodorum fruticosum. Their structures were determined by spectral data analysis. The first two compounds exhibited moderate cytotoxicity against a panel of human tumor cell lines, whereas the third was inactive. 
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