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Na+,K+-ATPase Inhibiting Activity of Cardiac Glycosides from Erysimum cheiranthoides
May 26, 2000
July 30, 2000
31. Dezember 2001 (online)
We previously reported the isolation of eleven new cardiac glycosides called cheiranthosides I - XI together with two known ones (olitoriside and erysimoside) from the seeds of Erysimum cheiranthoides L. The glycosides were evaluated for their inhibitory activity against Na+,K+-ATPase by comparing with typical cardiac glycosides. Two of them, cheiranthoside III and VIII, showed high inhibiting activity which was equivalent to that of digitoxin. Cheiranthoside XI containing a rhamnopyranosyl digitoxopyranosyl moiety and a carboxyl group showed the lowest activity which was similar to that of the inactive aglycone, strophanthidin. Some characteristics in the structure-activity relationship are also discussed.
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