A rhamnetin glucuronide trisulphate from the leaves of Tamarix aphylla

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Abstract

The leaves of T. aphylla contained a novel flavonoid glycoside. Methylation of 1 of 4 acid hydrolysis intermediates with dimethyl sulfate gave quercetin-7,4'-dimethyl ether. Acid and β-glucuronidase hydrolysis confirmed that this intermediate was rhammetin-3'-β-glucuronide. Three bisulfate groups were indicated by elemental anal. and electrophoretic and paper chromatog. Probably, the flavonoid glycoside is rhamnetin-3'-glucuronide 3,5,4'-trisulfate (I). [on SciFinder(R)]

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Saleh, N. A. M., El-Sissi, H. I., & Nawwar, M. A. M. (1975). A rhamnetin glucuronide trisulphate from the leaves of Tamarix aphylla. Phytochemistry, 14(1), 312–313. https://doi.org/10.1016/0031-9422(75)85076-X

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