Gypsogenic acid, previously obtained by the oxidation of gypsogenin and hederagenin, has been found for the first time inA. subglabrum andA. gypsophiloides.
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Belous, V.N., Ryabinin, A.A. Gypsogenic acid from the roots ofAcanthophyllum subglabrum andA. gypsophiloides . Chem Nat Compd 3, 79–80 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00567172
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