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Rhodomyrtals A–D, four unusual phloroglucinol-sesquiterpene adducts from Rhodomyrtus psidioides

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Abstract

Four novel compounds, rhodomyrtals A–D (1–4), with two unprecendented carbon frameworks of phloroglucinol coupled eudesmane, together with the known compound eucalyptin A (5) have been isolated from the leaves of the Australian plant Rhodomyrtus psidioides. The structures of compounds 1–4 were elucidated by spectroscopic analysis and ECD calculations. Some of the compounds showed good antibacterial activity against selected Gram-positive strains.

Graphical abstract: Rhodomyrtals A–D, four unusual phloroglucinol-sesquiterpene adducts from Rhodomyrtus psidioides

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Submitted
07 Jan 2014
Accepted
26 Feb 2014
First published
28 Feb 2014

RSC Adv., 2014,4, 13514-13517
Article type
Communication
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Rhodomyrtals A–D, four unusual phloroglucinol-sesquiterpene adducts from Rhodomyrtus psidioides

Q. Shou, J. E. Smith, H. Mon, Z. Brkljača, A. Smith, D. M. Smith, H. J. Griesser and H. Wohlmuth, RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 13514
DOI: 10.1039/C4RA00154K

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