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Alkaloids from fumaria parviflora and fumaria kralikii

, : Alkaloids from fumaria parviflora and fumaria kralikii. Planta Medica 45(2): 120-122

From F. parviflora Lam. were isolated the major alkaloids protopine and adlumidiceine and the minor alkaloids parfumine, fumariline, dihydrofumariline, cryptopine, (-)-stylopine, 8-oxocoptisine, sanguinarine and oxysanguinarine. The quaternary protoberberine fraction gave coptisine. Adlumidiceine, dihydrofumariline, 8-oxocoptisine, sanguinarine and oxysanguinarine were found in F. parviflora for the 1st time. F. kralikii Jordan gave, besides the major alkaloids protopine, fumarophycine and O-methylfumarophycine, the alkaloids adlumidiceine, berberine, coptisine, cryptopine, (-)-stylopine and (-)-canadine. Only protopine and cryptopine have been isolated from F. kralikii earlier.


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