Quinones as Key Intermediates in Natural Products Synthesis. Syntheses of Bioactive Xanthones from Hypericum perforatum

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2009-08-03
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Mengwasser, John
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Kraus, George
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Two bioactive xanthones from Hypericum perforatum have been synthesized by direct routes. Benzo[c]xanthone 5 can be prepared from intermediate 4.

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This article is from Molecules, 2009, 14(8); 2857-2861. Doi: 10.3390/molecules14082857. Posted with permission.

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