Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp 206–208 | Cite as

Alkaloids of the epigeal part of Aconitum orientale structure of orgetine

  • L. V. Beshitaishvili
  • M. N. Sultankhodzhaev


From the total alkaloids of the epigeal part of the plantAconitum orientale have been isolated the known alkaloid kobusine and a new alkaloid, which has been called orgetine. A structure has been put forward for orgetine on the basis of spectral characteristics (IR, PMR,13C NMR, and mass spectra) and the production of a triacetate.


Mass Spectrum Organic Chemistry Alkaloid Spectral Characteristic Total Alkaloid 
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  • L. V. Beshitaishvili
  • M. N. Sultankhodzhaev

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