Chemical Constituents of Fruit Body of Armillaria luteo-virens
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Armillaria luteo-virens, also known as “Huang Mo Gu,” is a special medicinal and edible mushroom in northwest of China. This fungus is mainly distributed in the meadow and grassland of Qinghai-Tibet plateau and used as traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of headache, neurasthenia, insomnia, and infantile convulsion . Modern studies have demonstrated that A. luteo-virens possesses antitumor  and antioxidant  activities. However, studies on the chemical constituents of A. luteo-virens are very limited. According to previous studies, only three reports on the chemical constituents of A. luteo-virens have been reported [2, 4, 5]. In this paper, we report the isolation and structural elucidation of 13 known compounds (1–13); nine of these compounds (1–3, 8–13) were isolated for the first time from the fruiting bodies of A. luteo-virens. The structures of all isolated compounds were characterized by ESI-MS and 1H and 13C NMR spectroscopy.
The fruiting bodies of A. luteo-virens...
This research was sponsored by the Application Foundation Research Project (2017-ZJ-785), Project of Discovery, Evaluation and Transformation of Active Natural Compounds, Strategic Biological Resources Service Network Programme of Chinese Academy of Sciences (ZSTH-027), the Youth Innovation Promotion Association of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2017471) and the Significant Science & Technological Project of Qinghai Province (2014-GX-A3A).
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