Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp 656–660 | Cite as

Chrysin and its derivatives in plants of the genusScutellaria

  • T. P. Popova
  • V. I. Litvinenko
  • V. G. Gordienko
  • D. A. Pakaln
Article

Summary

1. A glycoside (II) identified by chrysin 7-β-glucopyranosiduronic acid has been isolated from the epigeal part ofScutellaria scordiifolia in a yield of 2.0–2.2%.

2. A glycoside (IV), characterized as 2′-methoxychrysin 7-β-D-glucopyranosiduronic acid has been isolated from the roots ofS. granulosa.

3. This is the first time that chrysin and 2′-methoxychrysin and their 7-glucuronides have been isolated from theScutellaria species mentioned.

Keywords

Glycoside Epicatechin Baicalein Phloroglucinol Chrysin 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. P. Popova
  • V. I. Litvinenko
  • V. G. Gordienko
  • D. A. Pakaln

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