Turrealabdane, turreanone and an antisalmonellal agent from Turraeanthus africanus.

@article{Djemgou2010TurrealabdaneTA,
  title={Turrealabdane, turreanone and an antisalmonellal agent from Turraeanthus africanus.},
  author={Pierre C. Djemgou and Donatien Gatsing and Mohamed-Elamir F. Hegazy and Abou H El-Hamd Mohamed and François Ngandeu and Pierre Tane and Bonaventure T. Ngadjui and Serge Fotso and Hartmut Laatsch},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={2010},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={
          165-71
        }
}
Phytochemical investigation of the seeds of Turraeanthus africanus (Meliaceae), a Cameroonian plant species traditionally used in the treatment of typhoid fever, afforded eight compounds, including two labdanes, a C-arabinoside derivative, a sesquiterpene, and several triterpenes, two of which are new: 15',16'-dihydroxy-15(12'),15'(16')-diolidebislabd-8(17),8'(17'),12-trien-16-al ( 1), trivially named turrealabdane and a C-arabinoside derivative ( 2), trivially named turreanone. The other… 

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