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Staunton, and A. R. Battersby, Chem. , 1971, 1154; J . Staunton, in ref. 31, p. 16. C. Fuganti and M. Mazza, Chem. , 1971, 1388; R. B. Herbert, in ref. 2, p. 21. C. Fuganti, Tetrahedron Letters, 1973, 1785. 26 The Alkaloids (96) Ismine HO 0 (97) show that it is a precursor for ismine too. [6,10-3H, ; 12-'4C]Noroxomaritidine was incorporated into ismine (96) in Sprekeliaformosissima with loss of the 14C label and half the tritium originally present at C-6 which indicates, respectively, that C-12 is not retained as the N-methyl group of ismine and that hydrogen removal from C-6 of noroxomaritidine (99)was likely to be stereospecific.
Alkaloids Volume 4: Specialist Periodical Rep (Specialist Periodical Reports) (v. 4) by J.Edwin Saxton, etc.