Chemical investigation ofHippophaë rhamnoides. I. The main components of the unsaponifiable part of an extract of the fruit pulp
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It has been established that the sterol fraction of the unsaponifiable part of a pentane extract of the fruit pulp of common sea buckthorn contains not only sterol but also triterpene alcohols and higher fatty alcohols. β-Sitosterol, 24-methylene-cycloartanol, citrostadienol, and uvaol have been isolated from it. β- and α-Amyrins, 24-ethylcholest-7-en-3β-ol and erythrodiol have also been identified in it by chromato-mass spectrometry.
KeywordsFruit Pulp Triterpene Alcohol Amyrin Erythrodiol Uvaol
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