Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 10, Issue 5, pp 619–622 | Cite as

Cardiac glycosides of Erysimum crepidifolium

  • I. F. Makarevich
  • O. I. Klimenko
  • D. G. Kolesnikov
Article

Summary

Four cardiac glycosides have been isolated from the leaves ofErysimum crepidifolium Rchb. Three of them have been identified as erysimin, erysimoside, and erycordin. The fourth glycoside, which has been named glucostrophalloside, is new, and it consists of strophanthidin 3β-O-[4′-O-β-D-glucopyranosyl-β-D-allomethylopyranoside].

Keywords

Glycoside Paper Chromatography Cardiac Glycoside Butenolide Strophanthidin 

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  • I. F. Makarevich
  • O. I. Klimenko
  • D. G. Kolesnikov

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