Juvabione analogues from two Abies sachalinensis trees

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Abstract

Three new juvabione analogues were isolated from the wood of two Abies sachalinensis trees grown at Shikaoi and Aibetsu in Hokkaido, Japan, in addition to the known (+)-oxojuvabione first isolated in nature. Their structures were elucidated from spectral evidence. © 1993.

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Kawai, K., Takahashi, C., Takada, T., & Numata, A. (1993). Juvabione analogues from two Abies sachalinensis trees. Phytochemistry, 32(5), 1163–1165. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0031-9422(00)95084-2

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