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Catechin glycoside fromUlmus davidiana

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Catechin and catechin glycoside named uldavioside A were isolated from the Korean folk medicineUlmus davidiana. Based on chemical and physicochemical evidences, their structure have been determined as (+)-catechin (1) and (+)-catechin-5-O-β-D-apiofuranoside (2).

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Son, B.W., Park, J.H. & Zee, OP. Catechin glycoside fromUlmus davidiana . Arch. Pharm. Res. 12, 219–222 (1989).

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