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Polymeric proanthocyanidins: Interflavanoid linkage isomerism in (epicatechin-4)-(epicatechin-4)-catechin procyanidinsAuthor(s): Richard W. Hemingway; L. Yeap Foo; L. J. Porter
Source: Journal of the Chemical Society Chemical Communications 7(320-322
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionProcyanidin trimers have been isolated from a variety of plants,1-3 but their structures remain unresolved. We have now isolated three configurational isomers of (epicatechin-4)-(epicatechin-4)-catechin from Pinus taeda L. (loblolly pine) phloem which exhibit isomerism of the interflavanoid linkages.
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CitationHemingway, Richard W.; Foo, L. Yeap; Porter, L. J. 1981. Polymeric proanthocyanidins: Interflavanoid linkage isomerism in (epicatechin-4)-(epicatechin-4)-catechin procyanidins. Journal of the Chemical Society Chemical Communications 7(320-322
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