Thujaplicins (isopropyl cycloheptatrienolones) are series of related chemical substances discovered in the 1930s and isolated from Thuja plicata (western redcedar tree). The three compounds are α-thujaplicin, β-thujaplicin (hinokitiol), and γ-thujaplicin. They are known for potent anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. They are also known to be potent antioxidants. They were the first natural tropolones to be made synthetically, by Ralph Raphael and colleagues.

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  • Thujaplicins (isopropyl cycloheptatrienolones) are series of related chemical substances discovered in the 1930s and isolated from Thuja plicata (western redcedar tree). The three compounds are α-thujaplicin, β-thujaplicin (hinokitiol), and γ-thujaplicin. They are known for potent anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. They are also known to be potent antioxidants. They were the first natural tropolones to be made synthetically, by Ralph Raphael and colleagues. (en)
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  • Thujaplicins (isopropyl cycloheptatrienolones) are series of related chemical substances discovered in the 1930s and isolated from Thuja plicata (western redcedar tree). The three compounds are α-thujaplicin, β-thujaplicin (hinokitiol), and γ-thujaplicin. They are known for potent anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. They are also known to be potent antioxidants. They were the first natural tropolones to be made synthetically, by Ralph Raphael and colleagues. (en)
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