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Sterols from Lindera glauca Blume Stem Wood
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Sterols from Lindera glauca Blume Stem Wood
Huh, Gyu-Won; Park, Ji-Hae; Shrestha, Sabina; Lee, Youn-Hyung; Ahn, Eun-Mi; Kang, Hee-Cheol; Baek, Nam-In;
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Chipped stem wood from Lindera glauca was extracted repeatedly with 80% aqueous methanol at room temperature, and the concentrated methanolic extract was successively partitioned with ethyl acetate (EtOAc), n-butyl alcohol, and . From the EtOAc fraction, four sterols were isolated through a repeated silica gel and octadecyl silica gel column chromatography. The chemical structures of the sterols were elucidated as -sitosterol (1), 7-ketositosterol (2), 7-hydroxysitosterol (3), and daucosterol (4). Among them, compounds 2 and 3 were isolated for the first time from the stem woods of this plant.
daucosterol;-hydroxysitosterol;7-ketositosterol;Lindera glauca;NMR;-sitosterol;
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