Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp 12–14 | Cite as

Conformation of the configurations of badrakemin and gummosin

  • A. I. Saidkhodzhaev
  • G. K. Nikonov


On the basis of the results of a spectral study of the products formed in the oxidation of gummosin and the reduction of the resulting ketone to an alcohol, it has been shown that the latter is not identical with farnesiferol A and has the substituent at C9 in the equatorial orientation. It has been shown that the transition from gummosin to farnesiferol A performed previously does not correspond to the facts.


Ketone Methylene Proton Equatorial Position Methine Proton Cholestane 


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  • A. I. Saidkhodzhaev
  • G. K. Nikonov

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