Myricatin, a galloyl flavanonol sulfate and prodelphinidin gallates from Myrica rubra

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An investigation of the bark of Myrica rubra has led to the isolation and characterization of myricatin (a galloyl flavanonol sulfate) and four new galloyl prodelphinidin dimers, together with gallic acid, (±)-gallocatechin and 3-O-galloyl-(-)-epicatechin. Evidence for the structures of these compounds was obtained from analyses of1H and13C NMR spectra, and from hydrolytic studies. © 1983.

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Nonaka, G. I., Muta, M., & Nishioka, I. (1983). Myricatin, a galloyl flavanonol sulfate and prodelphinidin gallates from Myrica rubra. Phytochemistry, 22(1), 237–241. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0031-9422(00)80097-7

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