ScienceDirect – Tetrahedron : Isolation of optically active nevirapine, a dipyridodiazepinone metabolite from the seeds of Cleome viscosa

This is a little hard to believe, but according to the authors they have found a plant which produces nevirapine (albeit the wrong enantiomer) as an endpgenous metabolite.

via ScienceDirect – Tetrahedron : Isolation of optically active nevirapine, a dipyridodiazepinone metabolite from the seeds of Cleome viscosa.

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