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Acetogenins from seeds of Annona reticulata
Author(s): F. R. Chang, J. L. Chen, H. F. Chiu, M. J. Wu and Y. C. Wu
Publication Type: Article
Article Topic(s): Medicinal chemistry
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Asimina reticulata (Netted pawpaw),
AbstractEvaluates extracts of seeds of Annona reticulata to isolate compounds for possible medicinal use. Seven cytotoxic acetogenins were isolated, including one new one. Some of the isolated compounds exhibited potent cytotoxicities against several cancer cell-lines.
Suggested CitationF. R. Chang, J. L. Chen, H. F. Chiu, M. J. Wu and Y. C. Wu. "Acetogenins from seeds of Annona reticulata." Phytochemistry 47.6 (1998): 1057-1061.