This product is isolated and purified from the roots of Aconitum kusnezoffii Reichb.
Aconitine,deoxy/(1α,6α,14α,15α,16β)-8-Acetoxy-20-ethyl-13,15-dihydroxy-1,6,16-trimethoxy-4-(methoxymethyl)aconitan-14-yl benzoate/deoxyaconitine/Aconitane-8,13,14,15-tetrol, 20-ethyl-1,6,16-trimethoxy-4-(methoxymethyl)-, 8-acetate 14-benzoate, (1α,6α,14α,15α,16β)-
Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online. 2010 May 15;66(Pt 6):o1342. 3-Deoxyaconitine from the root of Aconitum Carmichaeli Debx.[Pubmed: 21579431]METHODS AND RESULTS:3-Deoxyaconitine:8β-acet-oxy-14α-benzo-yloxy-N-ethyl-13β,15α-dihydr-oxy-1α,6α,16β-trimeth-oxy-4β-methoxy-methyl-eneaconitane), C(34)H(47)NO(10), is a typical aconitine-type C(19)-diterpenoid alkaloid, and was isolated from the roots of the Aconitum carmichaeli Debx. The mol-ecule has an aconitine carbon skeleton with four six-membered rings and two five-membered rings, whose geometry is similar to these observed in other C(19)-diterpenoid alkaloids; both of five-membered rings have the envelope configurations and the six-membered N-containing heterocyclic ring displays a chair conformation. Intra-molecular O-H⋯O hydrogen bonding occurs. CONCLUSIONS:Weak inter-molecular C-H⋯O hydrogen bonding is observed in the crystal structure.Chinese Traditional Patent Medicine , 2011 , 33 (3) :479-482. Determination of aconitine and 3-deoxyaconitine in fried samples of Aconitum pendulum Busch by HPLC[Reference: WebLink]To analyze the influences on the contents of aconitine and 3-Deoxyaconitine in Aconitum pendulum Busch by different processing methods used in Tibetan medicine,Qiang medicine and Hui medicine,and to observe the relativity between processing and toxicity.METHODS AND RESULTS:The determination was performed by HPLC,and Kromasil C18 column(250 mm×4.6 mm,5 μm) was used with the mobile phase being methanol:water:trieth-ylamine(95:5:0.3),flow rate was 1.0 mL/min,the column temperature was set at 25 ℃,detection wave-length was set at 235 nm.All the contents of aconitine and 3-Deoxyaconitine in A.pendulum Busch samples decreased after being fried.It showed that temperature was the main factor in decomposing the dibasic acid structures of aconitine and reducing toxicity.CONCLUSIONS:All chromatograph peaks could be well separated,and the method is very stable.And among all the methods,the processing used in Tibetan medicine is much more scientific and effective.
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In the present study, an ultra performance liquid chromatography coupled with time-of-fight mass spectrometry (UPLC-TOF/MS) based chemical profiling approach was used to evaluate chemical constitution between co-decoction and mixed decoction of ginseng and Radix Aconiti Praeparata. Two different kinds of decoctions, namely co-decoction of ginseng and Radix Aconiti Praeparata: water extract of mixed two herbs, and mixed decoction of ginseng and Radix Aconiti Praeparata: mixed water extract of each individual herbs, were prepared. Batches of these two kinds of decoction samples were subjected to UPLC-TOF/MS analysis. The datasets of t(R) m/z pairs, ion intensities and sample codes were processed with supervised partial least squared discriminant analysis (OPLS-DA) to holistically compare the difference between these two decoction samples. Significant difference between the two decoction samples was showed in the results of positive ion mode. The contents of hypaconitine and deoxyaconitine decreased, while that of benzoylmesaconine, benzoylhypaconine and dehydrated benzoylmesaconine increased in the samples of co-decoction of ginseng and Radix Aconiti Praeparata. The content of diester-diterpenoid alkaloids decreased, while that of monoester-diterpenoid alkaloids increased, which is probably the basis of toxicity-attenuated action when combined ginseng with Radix Aconiti Praeparata.
[UPLC-TOF/MS based chemical profiling approach to evaluate toxicity-attenuated chemical composition in combination of ginseng and radix aconiti praeparata].
Ma ZC1, Zhou SS, Liang QD, Huo C, Wang YG, Tan HL, Xiao CR, Gao Y.
To study the processing principles of different processed products of Aconitum pendulum.
Using high performance liquid chromatography and acute toxicity test to compare the changes in chemical composition and toxicity of the roots and processed products of A. pendulum.
The main toxic components of the roots of A. pendulum were aconitine, deoxyaconitine and 3-acetylaconitine. The contents of these three alkaloids were significantly reduced in processed products, while benzoylaconitine significantly increased. In addition, processed products emerged aconine, polyschistine-D, beyzoyldeoxyaconine, 16-epi-pyroaconitine and 16-epi-pyrodeoxyaconitine. From the structural analysis, these new emerged compounds transformed from the aconitine, deoxyaconitine and 3-acetylaconitine.
Different processing methods can reduce the toxicity of the roots of A. pendulum. Processing principle is ester hydrolysis and high-temperature pyrolysis.
[Study on processing principle of Aconitum pendulum].
Wang Y1, Zhang J, Tian H, Zeng C, Yao Z, Zhang Y.
A high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method has been developed for the determination of five principal alkaloids (benzoylmesaconine, mesaconitine, aconitine, hypaconitine and deoxyaconitine) found in four species of genus Aconitum. The five alkaloids were analyzed simultaneously with an XTerraRP18 column by gradient elution using 0.03 M ammonium hydrogen carbonate-acetonitrile as mobile phase. The recovery of the method was 94.6-101.9%, and all the alkaloids showed good linearity (gamma = 0.9999) in a relatively wide concentration range. The results indicated that contents of alkaloids in Aconitum varied significantly from species to species; hence quality control of Aconitum drugs is very necessary.
Quantitative determination of diterpenoid alkaloids in four species of Aconitum by HPLC.
Wang Z1, Wen J, Xing J, He Y.
2006 Mar 3