Tropane Alkaloids from Erythroxylum caatingae Plowman

@article{deOliveira2011TropaneAF,
  title={Tropane Alkaloids from Erythroxylum caatingae Plowman},
  author={Steno L. de Oliveira and J. Tavares and Marianna V. S. Castello Branco and Hellane F. S. Lucena and Jos{\'e} M. Barbosa‐Filho and Maria de F. Agra and Silene C. do Nascimento and Jaciana dos S. Aguiar and Teresinha G. da Silva and Carlos A. de Simone and Jo{\~a}o X. de Ara{\'u}jo‐J{\'u}nior and Marcelo S. da Silva},
  journal={Chemistry & Biodiversity},
  year={2011},
  volume={8}
}
  • Steno L. de Oliveira, J. Tavares, +9 authors Marcelo S. da Silva
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Chemistry & Biodiversity
  • Three tropane alkaloids, 1–3, were isolated from Erythroxylum caatingae, i.e., 6β‐benzoyloxy‐3α‐[(4‐hydroxy‐3,5‐dimethoxybenzoyl)oxy]tropane (1), a new tropane alkaloid, along with the known alkaloids 3α,6β‐dibenzoyloxytropane (2) and 6β‐benzoyloxy‐3α‐[(3,4,5‐trimethoxybenzoyl)oxy]tropane (catuabine B; 3). Their structures were determined by 2D‐ (1H and 13C) NMR. By LC/ESI‐MS/MS analysis of the fractions of alkaloids 1–3, it was possible to detect five more alkaloids, 4–8, two of these, 4 and 8… CONTINUE READING
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