Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp 54-121

First online:

Neoflavones. 1. Natural Distribution and Spectral and Biological Properties

  • M. M. GarazdAffiliated withNational Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Institute of Bioorganic and Petroleum Chemistry
  • , Ya. L. GarazdAffiliated withTaras Shevchenko Kiev National University
  • , V. P. KhilyaAffiliated withTaras Shevchenko Kiev National University

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Data on neoflavones isolated from 58 plants belonging to the Clusiaceae, Fabaceae, Rubiaceae, Thelypteridaceae, Passifloraceae, Asteraceae, and Rutaceae families from the literature up to 2002 were systematized and reviewed. A list of 131 4-phenylcoumarins with information on the plant sources, structures, physicochemical data, and pharmacological properties with references to the original literature was composed.

Clusiaceae Fabaceae Rubiaceae Thelypteridaceae Passifloraceae Asteraceae Rutaceae flavonoids neoflavones 4-phenylcoumarins