Alkaloids Volume 4: Specialist Periodical Rep (Specialist by J.Edwin Saxton, etc.

By J.Edwin Saxton, etc.

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The radioactivity appeared then in jervine (1 38) and veratramine (139). A clear precursorproduct relationship between solanidine (140) and the c-nor-D-homo-steroidal bases, (1 38) and (139), is indicated, albeit under artificial conditions. A similar experiment was carried out with etiolated plants at the budding stage and here a less rapid conversion was observed. However, a new radioactive compound was isolated which was thought to be a hydroxy-solanidine. g. betanine (145). It has been shown1I3that incorporation of dopa Io9 K.

G. Paul, Lluydiu, 1973, 36, 36; R. B. Herbert, in ref. 2, p. 16, in ref. 14, p. 16. '~ constructed for their derivation from tryptophan with twelve intermediates (Scheme 13)if it is assumed that decarboxylation occurs only if a primary aminofunction is present. Trace amounts of (102)--(105) and (107) were present in alkaloid extracts but none of the mono-N-methyl compounds could be detected, although enzymic evidence" points to N-methylation occurring in discrete steps. If it is assumed that the two N-methylations are immediately sequential then only six pathways, illustrated for the grid in Scheme 13,need to be considered.

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