Feeding experiments of [2-H-2]- and [4'-H-2]phenylalanine in Artemisia dracunculus validate the hypothesis that the marked difference in deuterium content at the natural abundance level between the aromatic carbons of estragole (1) is due to an NIH shift during the hydroxylation of the benzene ring.

Evidence for an NIH shift as the origin of the apparently anomalous distribution of deuterium in estragole from Artemisia dracunculus / P. Manitto, D. Monti, G. Speranza. - In: JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS. - ISSN 0163-3864. - 63:5(2000), pp. 713-715.

Evidence for an NIH shift as the origin of the apparently anomalous distribution of deuterium in estragole from Artemisia dracunculus

P. Manitto;G. Speranza
2000

Abstract

Feeding experiments of [2-H-2]- and [4'-H-2]phenylalanine in Artemisia dracunculus validate the hypothesis that the marked difference in deuterium content at the natural abundance level between the aromatic carbons of estragole (1) is due to an NIH shift during the hydroxylation of the benzene ring.
Natural abundance level; quantitative H-2 NMR; glucose
Settore CHIM/06 - Chimica Organica
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