Gentisin

Gen´ti`sin


n.1.(Chem.) A tasteless, yellow, crystalline substance, obtained from the gentian; - called also gentianin.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Gentisin, Isogentisin, Gentioside, Norswertianolin, Swertianolin, 4"-0-[beta]-0-glucosyl-6-0-(4-0-[beta]-D-glucosylcaffeoyl)-linearoside and Swertisin were the principal compounds present in the methanol root extract of G.
The chemical constituents identified were Loganic acid, Sweroside, Swertiamarin, Gentiopicroside, Gentisin, lsogentisin, Gentioside, Norswertianolin, Swertianolin, 4"-O-[beta]-D-glucosyl-6'-O-(4-O-[beta]-D-glucosylcaffeoyl)-linearoside and Swertisin (Fig.
Compound Measured Retention no mass time 1 Loganic acid 376.136 1.99 2 Sweroside 358 125 6.79 3 Swertiamarin 374.120 7.39 4 Gentiopicroside 356.112 8.06 5 Gentisin 256.072 11.62 6 Isogentisin 256.072 12.82 7 Gentioside 552.145 14.14 8 Norswertianolin 421 076 15.01 9 Swertianolin 435.091 15.87 10 4" -O-[beta]-D-glucosyl-6' 1008.310 17.56 -O-(4-O-[beta]-D-glucosylcaffeoyl)-linearoside 11 Swertisin 446 120 18.22 S.