The structure of the sesquiterpene lactone saupirin

  title={The structure of the sesquiterpene lactone saupirin},
  author={P. V. Chugunov and K. S. Rybalko and A. I. Shreter},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
ConclusionsA new sesquiterpene lactone, saupirin, has been isolated from the epigeal green part ofSaussurea neopulchella Lipsch. andSaussurea pulchella Fisch., and structure (I) has been proposed for it. 
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