Published in AIDS Weekly, April 28th, 2003
"In a continuing search for anti-HIV compounds from the plants of Vietnam, 19 compounds, including a new triterpene, were isolated from an extract of the leaves and stem of Vatica cinerea," according to a recent study from the United States.
"The new triterpene was determined to be a cycloartane triterpenoid with 29 skeletal carbons and was assigned the name vaticinone," reported H.J. Zhang and colleagues at the University of Illinois.
"The known triterpenes included three cycloartanes, a lanostane, two dammaranes, three lupanes, an...
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