Click on all glycosidic bonds in the structure below.CH3но0онноноонDigitoxin, from foxglove. Foxglove was used in Britain as a folk remedy for congestive heart disease.Near 1800 physicians began using it and later chemists extracted a mixture of steroidal glycosides thatwere effective heart stimulants. Digitoxin is in use today. The difference between theraputic and lethal dosesis small, so care is needed. Steroidal gylcoside heart stimulants have been used in other cultures, forexample ancient Egypt and Rome where they were used both as heart stimulant and rat poison!

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Click on all glycosidic bonds in the structure below.

Click on all glycosidic bonds in the structure below.
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Digitoxin, from foxglove. Foxglove was used in Britain as a folk remedy for congestive heart disease.
Near 1800 physicians began using it and later chemists extracted a mixture of steroidal glycosides that
were effective heart stimulants. Digitoxin is in use today. The difference between theraputic and lethal doses
is small, so care is needed. Steroidal gylcoside heart stimulants have been used in other cultures, for
example ancient Egypt and Rome where they were used both as heart stimulant and rat poison!
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Click on all glycosidic bonds in the structure below. CH3 но 0 он но но он Digitoxin, from foxglove. Foxglove was used in Britain as a folk remedy for congestive heart disease. Near 1800 physicians began using it and later chemists extracted a mixture of steroidal glycosides that were effective heart stimulants. Digitoxin is in use today. The difference between theraputic and lethal doses is small, so care is needed. Steroidal gylcoside heart stimulants have been used in other cultures, for example ancient Egypt and Rome where they were used both as heart stimulant and rat poison!

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