Terpenoids of Salvia hydrangea: two new, rearranged 20-norabietanes and the effect of oleanolic acid on erythrocyte membranes.

@article{Sairafianpour2003TerpenoidsOS,
  title={Terpenoids of Salvia hydrangea: two new, rearranged 20-norabietanes and the effect of oleanolic acid on erythrocyte membranes.},
  author={Majid Sairafianpour and Babak Bahreininejad and Matthias Witt and H. W. L{\"o}ms Ziegler and Jerzy W. Jaroszewski and Dan Staerk},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={2003},
  volume={69 9},
  pages={846-50}
}
Four abietane-type terpenoids, including two known royleanones and two new, rearranged 20-norabietanes, were isolated from the roots of the Iranian medicinal plant Salvia hydrangea DC. ex Bentham (Lamiaceae), which is used as an anthelmintic and antileishmanial remedy. Their structures were established using COSY, NOESY, HSQC, and HMBC spectral data. The possible identity of one of the 20-norabietanes with demethylmulticauline, previously reported from a different Salvia species, is discussed… CONTINUE READING
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