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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp 308–312 | Cite as

The structure of luteidine

  • N. L. Mukhamed'yarova
  • M. K. Yusupov
  • M. G. Levkovich
  • Kh. A. Aslanov
  • A. S. Sadykov
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Summary

On the basis of UV,13C NMR, and mass spectra, it has been established that luteidine belongs to the group of homoproaporphine alkaloids.

The IR, PMR, and13C NMR spectra of luteidine and the products of its transformations have permitted the structure of 1-hydroxy-2,13-dimethoxy-11-oxo-9,10-dihydrohomoproaporphine to be proposed for this base.

Keywords

Methoxy Group Raney Nickel Potassium Acetate Methiodide Isoquinoline Alkaloid 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. L. Mukhamed'yarova
  • M. K. Yusupov
  • M. G. Levkovich
  • Kh. A. Aslanov
  • A. S. Sadykov

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