Kouadio Kouassi Blaise, Kablan Ahmont Landry Claude, Konan Dibi Jacques, Oussou Kouamé Raphael, Dongui Bini Kouamé and Attioua Koffi Barthélemy
Turraea heterophylla (Smith) is a species used in Ivoirian medicine as antimalarial, aphrodisiac and various human diseases. Using the dereplication method, the analysis of the crude methanol extract of the leaves led to the identification of six compounds including three limonoids (28-nor-4α-carbomethoxy-11β-acetoxy-12α-(2-methylbutanoyloxy) 14,15- deoxyhavanensin-1,7-diacetate; mzikonol; 1,2- dihydro-azadirone) and three steroids (3ß-acetoxy-5-pregn-7,20-dien-6-one; 3β-hydroxy-5α-pregn-6-one; villosterol). These secondary metabolites, which are reported for the first time in T. heterophylla, were identified according to their HPLC‐ESI‐QTOF‐MS/MS data.
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