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2 . . . . . . . . D. 4,2l-Seco-lO-deoxysarpagine Subgroup. References .......................................................... 41 45 46 48 50 51 51 56 61 67 70 I. The Ajmaline Group Several new structural modifications of the ajmaline-sarpagine group of alkaloids have been noted (Tables I, 11, and 111) and their chemistry explored since the last review. The principal new carbon-nitrogen networks belong t o the sarpagine subgroup (Chart I),the important ones being the 3,4- and 4,21-seco-l0-deoxysarpagineskeletons, which are also found as components of the voacanga and alstonia dimeric alkaloids, respectively.
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