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Journal of the Mexican Chemical Society
<p><strong>Abstract. </strong>Casearborin c (<strong>1</strong>), syringic acid (<strong>2</strong>), ent-3β-hydroxy-(-)-13-epi-manoyl oxide (<strong>3</strong>), ent-(-)-13-epi-manoyl oxide (<strong>4</strong>), ent-(-)-kaur-16-en-19-oic acid (<strong>5</strong>), and γ-sitosterol (<strong>6</strong>) were isolated from Casearia corymbosa stem bark. Only casearborin c showed cytotoxic activity on HeLa and SiHa cancer cell lines. This work contributes to the description of three compoundsdoi:10.29356/jmcs.v62i3.370 fatcat:2ao2ul6utvc5rllhaz2rgmnpwa