Published in AIDS Weekly, June 28th, 2004
According to recent research published in the Journal of Natural Products, "The chemical constituents of Homalium cochinchinensis were examined. From the root bark, in addition to the previously reported cochinolide and its beta-glucopyranoside, cochinchiside A (1) and tremulacinol (4) were isolated together with three known compounds [benzoic acid, tremulacin (2), and tremuloidin (3)]."
"From the leaves, cochinchiside B (5) was isolated as new compound. The structures of the new compounds (1, 4, 5) were determined by spectroscopic and/or chemical methods,"...
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