Two new sucrose esters from the rhizome of <i>Sparganium stoloniferum</i> Buch.-Ham.

2017-11-18T07:51:50Z (GMT) by Qi Zong Ying Xiong Kezhong Deng
<p>Two new sucrose esters, <i>β</i>-<i>D</i>-(1-<i>O</i>-acetyl-3,6-<i>O</i>-trans-diferuloyl)fructofuranosyl-<i>α</i>-<i>D</i>-2′-<i>O</i>-acetylglucopyranoside (<b>1</b>) and <i>β</i>-<i>D</i>-(1-<i>O</i>-acetyl-3-<i>O</i>-cis-feruloyl-6-<i>O</i>-trans-feruloyl)fructofuranosyl-<i>α</i>-<i>D</i>-2′,4′,6′-<i>O</i>-triacetylglucopyranoside (<b>2</b>), together with four known sucrose esters (<b>3</b>–<b>6</b>) have been isolated from the rhizome of <i>Sparganium stoloniferum</i> Buch.-Ham. Their structures were elucidated by physical and chemical evidence and spectral analysis.</p>