Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp 48–50 | Cite as

Alkaloids of the Monolian flora. IV. Turcosine — A new alkaloid from Aconitum turczaninowi

  • N. Batbayar
  • D. Batsurén
  • M. N. Sultankhodzhaev
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Abstract

As the result of a further study of the total alkaloids from the epigeal part ofAconitum turczaninowi we have isolated beiwutine and delcaroline and also a new alkaloid, which has been called turcosine. The structure of turcosine as 6β,16β-dimethoxy-4β-methoxymethyl-1α,7β,8β,10β,14α-pentahydroxy-N-ethylaconitane has been shown from a study of the IR, mass, PMR, and13C NMR spectra of the alkaloid and of the triacetate obtained from it.

Keywords

Organic Chemistry Alkaloid Total Alkaloid Epigeal Part 

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  • N. Batbayar
  • D. Batsurén
  • M. N. Sultankhodzhaev

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