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Novel A-seco-rearranged lanostane triterpenoids from Abies sachalinensis.

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin
Publication Date
Volume
48
Issue
12
Pages
1917–1920
Identifiers
PMID: 11145144
Source
Medline
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Abstract

From the needles of Abies sachalinensis, novel rearranged lanostane type triterpenes, 1-4, were isolated along with a known triterpene (5). The structures of the new compounds, 1-4, were elucidated to be 3,4-seco-8-(14-->13R)abeo-17,13-friedo-9beta-lanosta-4(28),7,14(30),22Z,24-pentaen-26,23-olide-3-oic acid, methyl 3,4-seco-8-(14-->13R)abeo-17,13-friedo-9beta-lanosta-4(28),7,14(30),22Z,24-penten-26,23-olide-3-oate, 3,4-seco-8(14-->13R)abeo-17,13-friedo-9beta-lanosta-4(28),7,14,22Z,24-pentaene-26,23-olide-3-oic acid and methyl 3,4-seco-8(14-->13R)abeo-17,13-friedo-9beta-lanosta-4(28),7,14,22Z,24-pentaene-26,23-olide-3-oate, respectively, by means of spectral experiments, especially two dimensional NMR spectroscopy, such as 1H-detected multiple quantum coherence (HMQC), 1H-detected heteronuclear multiple bond connectivity (HMBC) and 1H-1H-correlation spectroscopy (COSY) experiments. These new compounds have novel structures containing A-seco, rearranged spiro structure and a gamma-lactone conjugated with a diene. Some of these compounds showed potent antibacterial activity against gram positive bacteria.

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