Three new seco-ursadiene triterpenoids from Salvia syriaca.

  title={Three new seco-ursadiene triterpenoids from Salvia syriaca.},
  author={Amal M F Al-Aboudi and Musa H Abu Zarga and Barakat E Abu-Irmaileh and Firas F. Awwadi and Monther A Khanfar},
  journal={Natural product research},
  volume={29 2},
Three new seco-ursadiene triterpenoids 1-3 together with 11 known compounds were isolated from Salvia syriaca of Jordanian origin. The compounds were identified by using NMR spectroscopy including extensive 2D NMR experiments and mass spectrometry. The structure of compound 3 was confirmed by X-ray crystallography, and the information thus obtained was used to confirm the stereochemistry of compounds 1 and 2. This is the second report of 17,22-seco-17(28),12-ursadien-22-oic acids. 


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