The new ether derivative of phenylpropanoid and bioactivity was investigated from the leaves of Piper betle L.

  title={The new ether derivative of phenylpropanoid and bioactivity was investigated from the leaves of Piper betle L.},
  author={Akhtar Atiya and Barij Nayan Sinha and Uma Ranjan Lal},
  journal={Natural Product Research},
  pages={638 - 645}
Abstract A new ether derivative of phenylpropanoid compound, γ-(γ′-isohydroxychavicol)-chavicol octanyl ether (K1) along with one known phenylpropanoid named allyl-pyrocatechol or hydroxychavicol (2) were isolated from Piper betle var. kali collected from Tumluk district, West Bengal India. We first report the presence of compound K1 in the genus Piper. Their structures were established on the basis of various spectroscopic analyses. Compounds K1 and 2 showed excellent antioxidant DPPH free… 
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