Daphnane diterpenes of Thymelaea hirsuta
Brooks, G., Evans, A.T., Aitken, A., Evans, F.J., Rizk, A.-F., Hammouda, F.M., El-Missery, M.M. and Ismail, S.E. (1990) Daphnane diterpenes of Thymelaea hirsuta. Phytochemistry, 29 (7). pp. 2235-2237. ISSN 0031-9422
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Five 12-hydroxy-daphnane esters were isolated from the leaves and twigs of Egyptian Thymelaea hirsuta. These compounds were identified as gnidicin, gniditrin, genkwadaphnin, the aliphatic C-12 ester, 12-O-heptadecenoyl-5-hydroxy-6,7-epoxy-resiniferonol-9,13,14-orthobenzoate and the novel aliphatic C-12 ester 12-O-butenyl-5-hydroxy-6,7-epoxy-resiniferonol-9,13-14-orthobenzoate.
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