santonin


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santonin

[′sant·ən·ən]
(organic chemistry)
C15H18O3 A white powder with a melting point of 170-173°C; soluble in chloroform and alcohol; used in medicine.
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Wijayaratne, Stereochemistry of 45-dihydroxy-a-santonin and structure of a new santonin oxidation product, Tetrahedron Lett., 35, 8117 (1994).
Different compounds derived from santonin also exhibit cytotoxicity against different cancer cell lines [10-14].
[55.] Al-Harbi MM, Qureshi S, Raza M, Ahmed MM, Afzal M, Shah AH (1995) A study of santonin pre treatment for the protection of rat gastric mucosa against toxic damage.
= F: FONTINAS; E: ENATIONS, SONATINE; N: SANTONIN, C= ACTINONS, CANONIST, CONTAINS, SANCTION, SONANTIC; A= SONATINA; B = ANTISNOB; L= ANTLIONS; P = PINTANOS; S = ONANISTS
Bioactivity guided chromatography led to the isolation of compound 1 which was characterized as santonin on the basis of various spectroscopic techniques.
Stereoselective synthesis of 8,12-furanoeudesmanes from santonin. Absolute stereochemistry of natural fur-anoeudesma-l,3-diene and tubipofurane.
Various species of this genus are utilized in folk medicine system and also transported to other countries for their santonin extraction.
Hormonal and antihormonal effect of santonin. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 5:187-197