Synthesis of the Rhodiola rosea glycoside rosavin
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A synthetic scheme was proposed for the glycoside rosavin that includes a one-step glycosylation of cinnamyl alcohol with a disaccharide. The structure of the product was confirmed by PMR and 13C NMR spectroscopy.
Key wordsRhodiola rosea rosavin glycoside synthesis
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