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Magnoflorine

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CAS Registry Number: 2141-09-5 Open image in new window

Taxonomy: Physicochemical and Pharmacological Properties of Alkaloids – Isoquinoline Alkaloids – Aporphine Alkaloids

Biological sources: Aquilegia karelinii, A. olympica, Argemone platyceras, Berberis crataegina, B. heteropoda, B. iliensis, B. integerrima, B. nummularia, B. oblonga, B. vulgaris, Dicranostigma franschetianum, D. lactucoides, D. leptopodum, Eschscholtzia californica, Glaucium fimbrilligerum, G. squamigerum, Papaver maeoticum,Thalictrum baikalense, T. collinum, T. flavum, T. foetidum, T. isopyroides, T. longipedunculatum, T. minus, T. sachalinense, T. simplex, T. strictum

C20H24NO4+: 342.1705

Mp: 249–251°C (dec., iodide) [1], 235°C (dec., O,O-di Ac iodide), 262°C (perchlorate) [2]

[α]D(iodide) +193° (MeOH) [3], +100° (H2O) [1]

UV(iodide): 227, 271, 310(4.65, 3.93, 3.80) [2]

IR(iodide): 3400–3100 [1]

MS(iodide) m/z: 342, 341, 327, 58(100) [2,3]

1H NMR(iodide, DMSO-d6): 2.98, 3.41(each 3H, s, N[CH3]2), 3.88(3H, s,...

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