dilactone

dilactone

[dī′lāk·tōn]
(organic chemistry)
A molecule that contains two lactone groups.
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Among the active compounds in SOL roots are saponin glycosides and ellagitannins such as pomolic acid, sanguisorbic acid dilactone, and ziyuglycoside I (Kim et al.
34 Tannic Acid is a water-soluble polyphenol containing sugar esters mainly glucose and phenol carboxylic acid such as Gallic acid hexahydroxydipenic acid or its stable dilactone ellagic acid.
Xanthine oxidase inhibitors (valoneic acid dilactone and ellagic acid) have been isolated from leaves of the plant (Unno et al.
De acuerdo con el analisis cromatografico, la especie contiene Acido pulvinico, Dilactone pulvinico, Calycina, Ferfenos triterpenoides y otras sustancias aun no identificadas.
De acuerdo con el analisis cromatografico, la especie contiene Tenuiorina, Metil giroforato, hopane-6[alpha], 7[beta], 22 triol, calycine, Acido Pulvinico, Dilactone Pulvinico, trazas de acido norstictico y stictico.
De acuerdo con el analisis cromatografico, la especie contiene Calycine, Acido pulvinico, Dilactone pulvinico y Triterpenoides no identificados
Analgesic sesquiterpene dilactone from Mikania cordata.
inhibition of acetic acid-induced Robinson writhing in mice by crude extract of the plant and a sesquiterpene dilactone, deoxymikanolide isolated from the plant (Ahmed, et al, 2001).
The in vitro antitrypanosomal activity of the germacranolide dilactone of compound 1 could be due to the presence the [alpha]-methylene-[gamma]-lactone moiety.
Longipedlactones A-I, nine novel triterpene dilactones possessing a unique skeleton from Kadsura longipedunculata.
Kadlongilactones A and B, two novel triterpene dilactones from Kadsura longipedunculata possessing a unique skeleton.
Kadsuphilactones A and B, two new triterpene dilactones from Kadsura philippinensis.