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Uraphine, a new norditerpene alkaloid from the aerial part of Delphinium uralense
- Gabbasov, T. M., Tsyrlina, E. M., Spirikhin, L. V., Fedorov, N. I., Yunusov, M. S.
- Chemistry of natural compounds 2008 v.44 no.4 pp. 472-474
- Delphinium, aerial parts, alkaloids, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, plant extracts
- The new norditerpene alkaloid uraphine, for which the structure 1α,6β-dihydroxy-7,8-methylenedioxy-14α,16β,18β-trimethoxy-N-ethylaconitane was proposed based on PMR, ¹³ C NMR, IR, and mass spectral data, was isolated from the aerial part of Delphinium uralense N. The known alkaloids dehydrodelcorine, delpheline, deltaline, deltamine, elasine, deacetylelasine, gigactonine, and lycoctonine were also isolated from the total alkaloids.