Molecules 2011, 16(11), 9109-9115; doi:10.3390/molecules16119109
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Structure of Salvioccidentalin, a Diterpenoid with a Rearranged neo-Clerodane Skeleton from Salvia occidentalis

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Received: 14 September 2011; in revised form: 21 October 2011 / Accepted: 26 October 2011 / Published: 31 October 2011
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Abstract: From the aerial parts of Salvia occidentalis (Labiatae) a new diterpenoid with a rearranged neo-clerodane skeleton was isolated. This new compound was named salvioccidentalin and its structure was established by spectroscopic means. A probable biogenetic relationship with salvigenolide from S. fulgens and salvileucalin A and spiroleucantholide from Salvia leucantha is proposed.
Keywords: Salvia occidentalis; Labiatae; diterpene; neo-clerodane; NMR
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Jaime-Vasconcelos, M.Á.; Frontana-Uribe, B.A.; Morales-Serna, J.A.; Salmón, M.; Cárdenas, J. Structure of Salvioccidentalin, a Diterpenoid with a Rearranged neo-Clerodane Skeleton from Salvia occidentalis. Molecules 2011, 16, 9109-9115.

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Jaime-Vasconcelos MÁ, Frontana-Uribe BA, Morales-Serna JA, Salmón M, Cárdenas J. Structure of Salvioccidentalin, a Diterpenoid with a Rearranged neo-Clerodane Skeleton from Salvia occidentalis. Molecules. 2011; 16(11):9109-9115.

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Jaime-Vasconcelos, Miguel Ángel; Frontana-Uribe, Bernardo Antonio; Morales-Serna, José Antonio; Salmón, Manuel; Cárdenas, Jorge. 2011. "Structure of Salvioccidentalin, a Diterpenoid with a Rearranged neo-Clerodane Skeleton from Salvia occidentalis." Molecules 16, no. 11: 9109-9115.

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