Withanolides from three species of the genus Deprea (Solanaceae). Chemotaxonomical considerations
Keywords: Chemotaxonomic markers; Deprea; Solanaceae; Withanolides
Nine withanolides were isolated from the aerial parts of Deprea bitteriana, Deprea cuyacensis, and Deprea zamorae. D. bitteriana yielded two withaphysalins, D. cuyacensis gave two 13,14-seco withaphysalins, while D. zamorae yielded five physangulidines. The compounds were fully characterized by a combination of spectroscopic methods (1D and 2D NMR and MS). All compounds isolated from D. bitteriana and D. cuyacensis were obtained as epimeric mixtures at C-18. The structure of physangulidine D was confirmed by X-ray diffraction analysis. The skeletons found in this research support the chemotaxonomical position of the genus Deprea in the tribe Physalideae.
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