Glycosides from ginseng roots (Panax ginseng, C. A. Mey)
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Two homogeneous glycosides, which were named panaxosides A and B, were isolated from Suputin ginseng root.
Panaxosides A and B are biosides having similar aglycons of unknown structure, the panaxoside A molecule contains two glucose residues, and the panaxoside B molecule contains one glucose and one rhamnose residue.
KeywordsGlucose Glycoside Rhamnose Panax Ginseng Glucose Residue
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