Position 4                            5                       
  δH δC δH     δC
1       133.0
2   158.2 6.76 d (1.7) 113.1
3   136.5   150.3
4   179.6   149.1
5   163.5 6.93 d (7.2) 114.7
6 6.65 d (1.6) 95.0 6.72 dd (7.2, 1.9) 121.7
7   166.3 2.83 m 38.4
8 6.72 d (1.8) 100.2 2.52 m 42.0
9   158.7 3.93 dd (7.5, 8.9),
4.20 dd (7.3, 9.2)
71.7
10   105.9    
1′   122.8   132.1
2′ 8.03 d (1.7) 117. 7.02 d (1.9) 113.6
3′   147.8   150.1
4′   151.0   147.4
5′ 7.31 d (8.1) 116.9 7.58 d (7.5) 116.7
6′ 7.73 dd (7.5, 1.8) 122.6 6.88 dd (7.2, 1.6) 122.7
7′     3.07 m 35.0
8′     2.72 m 47.1
9′       179.4
1′′ 6.29 d (1.5) 104.5 5.69 d (7.2) 102.9
2′′ 5.08 dd (4.3, 1.6) 72.5 4.20 dd (7.2, 9.4) 75.3
3′′ 4.65 dd (9.3, 3.3) 72.7 4.33 dd (9.2, 7.8) 79.0
4′′ 4.33 dd (9.8, 7.2) 73.8 4.35 dd (9.4, 8.2) 71.8
5′′ 4.41 m 73.0 4.12 ddd (9.4, 1.8, 7.9) 79.3
6′′ 1.49 d (6.0) 18.1 4.40 dd (2.1, 12.4),
4.55 dd (4.2, 12.2)
62.8
OCH3     3.75 56.4
OCH3     3.78 56.5
OCH3     3.80 56.5

aassignments made on the basis of COSY, HSQC and HMBC correlations;
bChemical shift values are in δ (ppm); cCoupling constants are in Hz
Table 3: 1H and 13C NMR chemical shift values for 45 isolated from Rubus suavissimus recorded in C5D5Na-c.