Reactions of natural anthraquinone pigments
By condensing chrysophanic acid with nitrogen-containing substances, derivatives substituted at the carbonyl and hydroxyl-group positions have been obtained. Substance IIa possess antitumor activity.
KeywordsAnthraquinone Emodin Benzoyl Chloride Chrysophanol Physcion
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