Gosferol — A new furocoumarin from the roots of Prangos ferulacea
From the roots ofPrangos ferulacea (L.) Lindl. has been isolated a new furocoumarin (I), C10H14O5, with mp 136.5–138.5°C (from ethanol), [α] D 20 ± 0° (chloroform), which we have calledgosferol.
On the basis of a study of the UV, IR, NMR, and mass spectra and the chemical properties of gosferol, the structure 5-(2″-hydroxy-3″-methylbutenyloxy)furo-2′,3′:7,6-coumarin has been proposed for it.
KeywordsAcetic Anhydride Coumarin Derivative Activity Grade Mixed Melting Point Pyrone Ring
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