Structures and antipathogenic fungi activities of flavonoids from pathogen-infected Astragalus adsurgens

@article{Li2019StructuresAA,
  title={Structures and antipathogenic fungi activities of flavonoids from pathogen-infected Astragalus adsurgens},
  author={Yuliang Li and W. Wei and Jiwen Zhang and Guangda Li and K. Gao},
  journal={Natural Product Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={822 - 826}
}
Abstract Healthy Astragalus adsurgens is a highly palatable forage widely cultivated in arid areas of north China, while pathogen- (Embellisia asttrgali ) infected A. adsurgens is poisonous forage and often causes disastrous livestock losses. A phytochemical investigation was carried out on the E. asttrgali-infected A. adsurgens; as a result, a new compound, (2R, 3S)-7,4′-dimethoxy-2′-hydroxyflavanol (1), together with nine known flavonoids was obtained. It was found that the content of most of… Expand
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