Anticoccidial constituents from the stem bark of Turraeanthus africanus

Abstract : In order to study some biological active products, phytochemical investigation of the stem bark of Turraeanthus africanus have led to the isolation of a novel compound 1, a new benzoic acid derivative, named turraeanthin C, and two known compounds sesamin (2) and stigmasterol. The structures of these compounds were established by spectral analysis, including two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance. The extract and the isolated compounds 1 and 2 showed noteworthy activity against Toxoplasma gondii intracellular parasite in mammals.
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J. C. Vardamides, Hicham El Alaoui, D. L. Massoma, A. G. B. Azebaze, B. Ndemangou, et al.. Anticoccidial constituents from the stem bark of Turraeanthus africanus. Chemistry of Natural Compounds, Springer Verlag, 2008, 44 (6), pp.696-700. ⟨hal-00529781⟩

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