Phenolic Compounds of Salix acutifolia Bark

@article{Zapesochnaya2004PhenolicCO,
  title={Phenolic Compounds of Salix acutifolia Bark},
  author={G. G. Zapesochnaya and Vladimir A. Kurkin and V. B. Braslavskii and Natalya Filatova},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2004},
  volume={38},
  pages={314-318}
}
Column chromatography over silica gel and polyamide was used to isolate 14 phenolic substances from bark of sharp-leaved willow (Salix acutifolia Willd.). These included naringenin, prunin, (-)-salipurposide, (+)-catechin, isosalipurposide, 6″-coumarylisosalipurposide, isosalipurpol (flavonoids), triandrin, syringin (phenylpropanoids), and salicyl alcohol (saligenin) and its derivatives acylsaligenin, salicin, salicortin, and tremulacin. Nine of these were isolated for the first time from this… CONTINUE READING

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