Pyranocoumarin and Triterpene from Millettia Richardiana

@article{Rajemiarimiraho2013PyranocoumarinAT,
  title={Pyranocoumarin and Triterpene from Millettia Richardiana},
  author={Manitriniaina Rajemiarimiraho and J. T. Banzouzi and S. Rakotonandrasana and P. Chalard and F. Benoit-Vical and L. Rasoanaivo and A. Raharisololalao and R. Randrianja},
  journal={Natural Product Communications},
  year={2013},
  volume={8}
}
  • Manitriniaina Rajemiarimiraho, J. T. Banzouzi, +5 authors R. Randrianja
  • Published 2013
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Natural Product Communications
  • From the stem bark of a Madagascan endemic plant, Millettia richardiana Baill., lonchocarpenin and betulinic acid were isolated and their structures established by spectroscopic methods. The analysis of dichloromethane fractions suggested the presence of β-amyrin, lupeol, palmitic acid, linoleic acid and stearic acid. Except for β-amyrin and lupeol, these compounds are described for the first time for the Millettia genus. 
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