Rottlerin Derivatives and Other Compounds from Mallotus philippinensis Fruits and Their Potential Antimycobactrial Activity

@inproceedings{Bharadwaj2015RottlerinDA,
  title={Rottlerin Derivatives and Other Compounds from Mallotus philippinensis Fruits and Their Potential Antimycobactrial Activity},
  author={Rima Bharadwaj and Ashish A. Chinchansure and Roshan Rajan Kulkarni and Manisha A Arkile and Dhiman Sarkar and Swati Prabhakar Joshi},
  year={2015}
}
The methanolic extract of the fruits of Mallotus philippinensis afforded 13 compounds, 7,11-diketo-lanost-3-ol ( 1 , as acetate), lanosta-8-ene-3 β -ol ( 2 , as acetate), pregnenolone ( 3 , as acetate), trans -chalcone ( 4 ), kamalachalcone E ( 5 ), oleanolic acid ( 6 ), gallic acid ( 7 ), kaempferol ( 8 ), myricetin ( 9 ), 1-(5,7-dihydroxy-2,2,6-trimethyl-2 H-1-benzopyran-8-yl)-3-phenyl-2-propen-1-one ( 10 ), 4′-hydroxyisorottlerin ( 11 ), rottlerin ( 12 ), and shikimic acid ( 13 ). Compound 1… CONTINUE READING

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