Data_Sheet_1_Geranylated Coumarins From Thai Medicinal Plant Mammea siamensis With Testosterone 5α-Reductase Inhibitory Activity.PDF (4.54 MB)

Data_Sheet_1_Geranylated Coumarins From Thai Medicinal Plant Mammea siamensis With Testosterone 5α-Reductase Inhibitory Activity.PDF

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posted on 20.03.2020, 08:59 by Toshio Morikawa, Fenglin Luo, Yoshiaki Manse, Hidemi Sugita, Shunsuke Saeki, Saowanee Chaipech, Yutana Pongpiriyadacha, Osamu Muraoka, Kiyofumi Ninomiya

Geranylated coumarin constituents, kayeassamin I (1) and mammeasins E (2) and F (3) were newly isolated from the methanol extract of the flowers of Mammea siamensis (Calophyllaceae) originating in Thailand, along with five known isolates, such as mammea E/BC (23), deacetylmammea E/AA cyclo D (31), deacetylmammea E/BB cyclo D (32), mammea A/AA cyclo F (34), and mammea A/AC cyclo F (35). These compounds (1–3) were obtained as an inseparable mixture (ca. 1:1 ratio) of the 3″R and 3″S forms, respectively. Among the isolated coumarins from the extract, mammeasins E (2, 22.6 μM), A (4, 19.0 μM), and B (5, 24.0 μM), kayeassamins E (9, 33.8 μM), F (10, 15.9 μM), and G (11, 17.7 μM), surangin C (13, 5.9 μM), and mammeas A/AA (17, 19.5 μM), E/BB (22, 16.8 μM), and A/AA cyclo F (34, 23.6 μM), were found to inhibit testosterone 5α-reductase.

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