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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 26, Issue 3, pp 251–262 | Cite as

Alanto- and isoalantolactones

  • I. A. Milman
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Abstract

Literature information (up to 1989) on two typical representatives of the eudesmane series of sesquiterpene lactones — alanto- and isoalantolactones — has been generalized for the first time. Questions of their occurrence in nature, their ecological role, isolation, and synthesis, and also their chemical and biological properties, are considered. The possibility has been shown of passing by a series of successive chemical transformations to other naturai sesquiterpene lactones with the same or a different type of skeieton.

Keywords

Lactone Allergic Contact Dermatitis Sesquiterpene Lactone Lactone Ring Lactone Grouping 

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