Glucosinolates of seven medicinal plants from Thailand

T. Songsak, G. B. Lockwood

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    Nasturtium montanum was shown to contain glucobrassicin, 9-methylthionyl glucosinolate, oct-7-enyl glucosinolate, non-7-enyl glucosinolate, dec-7-enyl glucosinolate, methylsulfonyloctyl glucosinolate, methylsulfonylnonyl glucosinolate, methylsulfonyldecyl glucosinolate, benzyl glucosinolate, and Cleome chelidonii contained glucocapparin and glucocleomin. Raphanus sativus contained sulforaphene, plus sulforaphane, glucodehydroerucin, and gluconapin; Lepidum sativum contained benzyl glucosinolate and glucotropaeolin; Eruca versicaria contained glucoerucin; Cleome viscosa contained glucocapparin and glucocleomin, while Gynandropsis gynandra contained glucocapparin. © 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)209-216
    Number of pages7
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished - 2002


    • Cleome chelidonii
    • Cleome viscosa
    • Eruca versicaria
    • Glucosinolate
    • Gynandropsis gynandra
    • Lepidum sativum
    • Nasturtium montanum
    • Raphanus sativus


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