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Open Access Flavonoid and methoxyellagic acid sodium sulphates from Frankenia laevis L.

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Two new flavonol di-sodium sulphates and an ellagic acid methyl ether mono-sodium sulphate have been found in the aqueous alcohol whole plant extract of Frankenia laevis L. They have been identified as the 3,7-di-sodium sulphate of kaempferol, the 3,7-di-sodium sulphates of quercetin and the 4′-mono-sodium sulphate of ellagic acid-3-methyl ether. Also, five known compounds have been isolated and characterized from the same extract. Establishment of all structures has been achieved mainly, by ESI-MS and NMR.

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Phytochemistry, Division of Pharmaceutical Industries, National Research Center, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt, Email:

Publication date: 2004-06-01

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