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ornioside , a dihydrochalcone C-glycoside , and other compounds rom Zornia brasiliensis

@inproceedings{Nascimentoa2018orniosideA,
  title={ornioside , a dihydrochalcone C-glycoside , and other compounds rom Zornia brasiliensis},
  author={M. Nascimentoa and Lucas S. Abreua and Ramon L. Limab and Anne Dayse S. Silvac and Carlos O. Costaa and Jos{\'e} Iranildo M. Melod and M. T. Scotti and Marianna V. Sobrala and S. Araujoe and Manoel Adri{\~a}o G. Filhoe and M. S. Silvaa and Josean F. Tavaresa},
  year={2018}
}
  • M. Nascimentoa, Lucas S. Abreua, +9 authors Josean F. Tavaresa
  • Published 2018
  • The secondary metabolites of the aerial parts of Zornia brasiliensis Vogel, Fabaceae, and the biological activity of one of these secondary metabolites were characterized in this study. A phytochemical investigation was performed using chromatographic techniques including analytical and preparative reverse-phase HPLC column sequences, which resulted in the isolation of fourteen compounds: one previously undescribed C-glycosylated dihydrochalcone (zornioside), one cyclitol (D-pinitol), one… CONTINUE READING

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