The Conversion of Hecogenin and Manogenin into Derivatives of Allopregnane- 12,dione. George P. Mueller, Robert E. Stobaugh, Robert S. Winniford. Literature References: A steroidal sapogenin which has been isolated from plants, particularly from numerous Agave species. Isoln: Marker et al., J. Am. Chem. Diosgenin, Solasodine, Hecogenin. Steroidal Alkaloids. Keywords. Steroids, Cholesterol, Stigmasterol, β-Sitotsterol, Ergosterol, diosgenin.

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