Antibacterial and brine shrimp lethality tests of biflavonoids and derivatives of Rheedia gardneriana

Luiz G Verdi, Moacir G Pizzolatti, Ana Beatriz P Montanher, Inês M C Brighente, Artur Smânia Júnior, Elza de F A Smânia Ed, Edesio L Simionatto, Franco Delle Monache
Fitoterapia 2004, 75 (3): 360-3
The hydroalcoholic extract of the leaves from Rheedia gardneriana yielded volkensiflavone (1), fukugetin (2), fukugiside (3), GB2a-I-7-O-glucoside (4) and epicatechin (5). Compounds 1-5, and some derivatives of 1 and 2 were evaluated for lethality to brine shrimp larvae and for antibacterial activity.

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