Phytochemistry 1970, Vol. 9, pp. 1811-1815.
K. L. Khanna, M. Takido, H. Rosenberg and A. G. Paul
Data are presented supporting a proposed pathway of biosynthesis of the phenolic tetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloids of peyote from dopamine. It is suggested that meta-O-methylation of dopamine, hydroxylation in the 5-position, para-O-methylation and finally cyclizations yield anhalamine, anhalidine, anhalonidine and pellotine.
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Biosynthesis Of Phenolic Tetrahydroisoquinoline Alkaloids Of Peyote
Data are presented supporting a proposed pathway of biosynthesis from dopamine