The structure of smyrnioridin

@article{Savina2004TheSO,
  title={The structure of smyrnioridin},
  author={A. Savina and M. E. Perel'son and G. K. Nikonov},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={182-185}
}
ConclusionsA new coumarin, which has been called “smyrniodidin,” has been isolated from the roots ofSmyrniopsis aucheri acetoxy-1-methylethyl)-4′-angeloyloxy-4′,5′dihydrofuro-2′, 3′: 7, 6-coumarin. Boiss. The NMR spectrum and a study of the saponification products of smyrnioridin have shown that it is 5′-(1- 
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