Phenolics from Claoxylon longifolium

@article{Hu2013PhenolicsFC,
  title={Phenolics from Claoxylon longifolium},
  author={Xiao-qin Hu and Chao-Zhong Peng and Jin-He Jiang and Wen-jing Wang and Yan Zhang and Ye-gao Chen},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2013},
  volume={49},
  pages={509-510}
}
The Euphorbiaceae species are a prolific source of new diterpenoids with diverse skeletons, of which some have many different activities such as antitumor, antiproliferative, and antimicrobial effects [1, 2]. Claoxylon longifolium (Euphorbiaceae) is distributed in Southeastern Asia, India, and Yunnan of southwestern China [3]. Previously, there was no… CONTINUE READING