Morinols A and B, Two Novel Tetrahydropyran Sesquineolignans with a New Carbon Skeleton from Morina chinensis
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Two sesquineolignans, each bearing a tetrahydropyran ring with a new carbon skeleton and named morinols A and B, have been isolated from the roots of a Chinese medicinal herb, <I>Morina chinensis</I>. Their structures have been determined on the basis of spectroscopic evidences, as well as a simple chemical transformation.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 1999(12), 1315-1316, 1999-12-05
The Chemical Society of Japan