Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance

Devkota KP, Lenta BN, Fokou PA, Sewald N (2008)
NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS 25(3): 612-630.

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The plants of the family Buxaceae are widely used in traditional medicine and constitute rich sources of terpenoidal alkaloids. Compounds of this family have been the subject of numerous chemical and pharmacological studies over past decades because of their interesting biological activities such as cholinesterase inhibition, as well as antibacterial and antileishmanial activities. The chemical and biological properties of these alkaloids, including data relevant to straightforward structure determination and information on biosynthesis, are highlighted in this review, with 144 references being cited.
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Devkota KP, Lenta BN, Fokou PA, Sewald N. Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance. NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS. 2008;25(3):612-630.
Devkota, K. P., Lenta, B. N., Fokou, P. A., & Sewald, N. (2008). Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance. NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS, 25(3), 612-630.
Devkota, K. P., Lenta, B. N., Fokou, P. A., and Sewald, N. (2008). Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance. NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS 25, 612-630.
Devkota, K.P., et al., 2008. Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance. NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS, 25(3), p 612-630.
K.P. Devkota, et al., “Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance”, NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS, vol. 25, 2008, pp. 612-630.
Devkota, K.P., Lenta, B.N., Fokou, P.A., Sewald, N.: Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance. NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS. 25, 612-630 (2008).
Devkota, Krishna P., Lenta, Bruno N., Fokou, Patrice A., and Sewald, Norbert. “Terpenoid alkaloids of the Buxaceae family with potential biological importance”. NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS 25.3 (2008): 612-630.
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