Two New Hydronaphthoquinones from Sinningia aggregata (Gesneriaceae) and Cytotoxic Activity of Aggregatin D

@article{Verdan2015TwoNH,
  title={Two New Hydronaphthoquinones from Sinningia aggregata (Gesneriaceae) and Cytotoxic Activity of Aggregatin D},
  author={Maria Helena Verdan and Lauro Mera de Souza and Jo{\~a}o Ernesto de Carvalho and D{\'e}bora B. Vendramini Costa and Marcos Jos{\'e} Salvador and Andersson Barison and Maria {\'E}lida Alves Stefanello},
  journal={Chemistry \& Biodiversity},
  year={2015},
  volume={12}
}
Two new hydronaphthoquinones, aggregatins E and F (1 and 2, resp.) were isolated from the tubers of Sinningia aggregata (Ker‐Gawl.) Wiehler (Gesneriaceae), along with twelve known compounds aggregatin D (3), tectoquinone (4), 1‐hydroxy‐2‐methylanthraquinone (5), icosyl ferulate (6), pustuline (7), 1,6‐dihydroxy‐2‐methylanthranquinone (8), 6‐hydroxy‐2‐methylanthraquinone (9), 7‐hydroxy‐2‐methylanthraquinone (10), tyrosol (11), halleridone (12), calceolarioside B (13), and cornoside (14). All… 
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