Spirostanol glycoside from fruits of Asparagus officinalis

@article{Pant1988SpirostanolGF,
  title={Spirostanol glycoside from fruits of Asparagus officinalis},
  author={G. Pant and M. Panwar and D. Negi and M. Rawat and G. Morris},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={1988},
  volume={27},
  pages={3324-3325}
}
Abstract A spirostanol glycoside was isolated, together with some known compounds, from the methanolic extract of the fruits of Asparagus officinalis and characterized by chemical and spectral methods including 13 C NMR-DEPT and 2D-hetcor NMR spectra. The spirostanol glycoside caused 100% immobilization of human spermatozoa at 1.5% level. 
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