Two new lignan glycosides from the fruits of Pyrus ussuriensis

  title={Two new lignan glycosides from the fruits of Pyrus ussuriensis},
  author={Ze-Qing Zhao and Yan-fang Su and Fei Yang and Xiumei Gao and Tianxiang Li},
  journal={Journal of Asian Natural Products Research},
  pages={1151 - 1157}
Abstract Two new lignan glycosides, ussuriensislignan A (1) and ussuriensislignan B (2), together with seventeen known compounds (3–19), were isolated from the fruits of Pyrus ussuriensis. Their structures were determined by various spectroscopic methods. This is the first report of the isolation of lignans (compounds 1–3) from the genus Pyrus, and compounds 3–6, 12–16 were reported from Pyrus for the first time. 
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