Sesquiterpenoids from roots of Taraxacum laevigatum and Taraxacum disseminatum.

  title={Sesquiterpenoids from roots of Taraxacum laevigatum and Taraxacum disseminatum.},
  author={K Zielińiska and Wanda Kisiel},
  volume={54 8},
Chromatographic separation of ethanolic root extracts of Taraxacum laevigatum and Taraxacum disseminatum afforded a total of eight germacrane- and eudesmane-type sesquiterpenoids. including new compounds, 1beta,3beta,6alpha-trihydroxy-4alpha( 15)-dihydrocostic acid methyl ester and its 1-O-beta-glucopyranoside. Their structures were established by spectroscopic analyses. In addition, the structure of 4alpha(15), 11beta(13)-tetrahydroridentin B-1-O-beta-glucopyranoside was elucidated by… 
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