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Two new diterpene phenols from Calocedrus decurransAuthor(s): Sheeba Veluthoor; Shujun Li; Rick G. Kelsey; Marc C. Dolan; Nicholas A. Panella; Joe Karchesy
Source: Natural Product Communications. 5(4): 519-522
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionTwo new p-cymene based diphenols (1-2) were isolated from the heartwood of Calocedrus decurrans. Structures were elucidated by 1D and 2D NMR techniques and HRMS. Libocedroquinone (3) was also isolated as a natural product for the first time. A new system of nomenclature is proposed for description of such oligomeric p-cymene derivatives.
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CitationVeluthoor, Sheeba; Li, Shujun; Kelsey, Rick G.; Dolan, Marc C.; Panella, Nicholas A.; Karchesy, Joe. 2010. Two new diterpene phenols from Calocedrus decurrans. Natural Product Communications. 5(4): 519-522.
KeywordsCalocedrus decurrans, Cupressaceae, diterpenes, p-cymene derivatives
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