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Isolation of erythrinan alkaloids from the leaves and flowers of Erythrina speciosa.
journal contributionposted on 2021-01-06, 13:53 authored by Patricia de Aguiar Amaral, Altamir R Antunes, James BarlowJames Barlow
In this paper, we describe the extraction of three alkaloids from the leaves and flowers of Erythrina speciosa, a plant documented in the literature to possess a range of potential medicinal applications. Two alkaloids were isolated from both leaves and flowers, with erythrartine being isolated from both plant parts. In agreement with the literature, we also isolated erysotrine from the flowers. The second alkaloid isolated from the leaves, and reported in this species for the first time, was (+)-11β-hydroxyerysotramidine.
Data Availability StatementSupplementary data can be found at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjp.2019.01.007
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Published Citationde Aguiar Amaral P, Antunes AR, Barlow JW. Isolation of erythrinan alkaloids from the leaves and flowers of Erythrina speciosa. Brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy: Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia. 2019;29(4):488-490
Publication Date15 March 2019
- Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Published Version (Version of Record)