Three new phenolic glycosides from the caulis of Millettia speciosa

  title={Three new phenolic glycosides from the caulis of Millettia speciosa},
  author={Ting Yin and Guang-zhong Tu and Qingying Zhang and Bin Wang and Yu-ying Zhao},
  journal={Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry},
Three new phenolic glycosides, millettiaspecosides AC (1–3), were isolated from the caulis of Millettia speciosa along with three known phenolic glycosides, khaephuoside B (4), seguinoside K (5), albibrissinoside B (6). Their structures were established by spectroscopic methods. The spectral analysis permitted correct assignments for 1H and 13C NMR data of compounds 4 and 5. Copyright © 2008 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 
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