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Purification and Characterization of Novel Antifungal Compounds from the Sourdough Lactobacillus plantarum Strain 21B
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Novel antifungal compounds such as phenyllactic and 4-hydroxy-phenyllactic acids were identified in the culture filtrate of L. plantarum 21B, which showed high antimold activity and Phenyllactic acid was contained at the highest concentration in the bacterial culture Filtrate and had the highest activity.
Chemistry, biology, and medicinal potential of narciclasine and its congeners.
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It is likely that isocarbostyril constituents of the Amaryllidaceae, such as narciclasine, pancratistatin and their congeners, are the most important metabolites responsible for the therapeutic benefits of these plants in the folk medical treatment of cancer.
Phytotoxins Produced by Fungi Associated with Grapevine Trunk Diseases
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An overview of the toxins produced by the most serious of these vine wood pathogens: Eutypa lata, Phaeomoniella chlamydospora,Phaeoacremonium aleophilum and some taxa in the Botryosphaeriaceae family are presented and how these toxins produce decline symptoms are examined.
Antibacterial polyphenols from olive oil mill waste waters.
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Olive oil vegetation waters were highly toxic to both phytopathogenic Pseudomonas syringae and Corynebacterium michiganense and showed bactericidal activity in their original concentration (in raw form), and methylcatechol proved to be the most toxic to Ps.
Tolaasins A--E, five new lipodepsipeptides produced by Pseudomonas tolaasii.
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Among the target microorganisms used (fungi, yeast, and bacteria) the Gram-positive bacteria were the most sensitive, although the antimicrobial activity appeared to be correlated to the structural modification in the different analogues.
Biological characterization of white line-inducing principle (WLIP) produced by Pseudomonas reactans NCPPB1311.
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The antifungal activity of WLIP together with the finding that avirulent morphological variants of P. reactans lack WL IP production suggests that WLip may play an important role in the interaction of the producing bacterium P. reactsans and cultivated mushrooms.
Lycorine, the main phenanthridine Amaryllidaceae alkaloid, exhibits significant antitumor activity in cancer cells that display resistance to proapoptotic stimuli: an investigation of
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The results of the current study make lycorine an excellent lead for the generation of compounds able to combat cancers, which are naturally resistant to proapoptotic stimuli, such as glioblastoma, melanoma, non-small-cell-lung cancers, and metastatic cancers, among others.
Biological evaluation of structurally diverse amaryllidaceae alkaloids and their synthetic derivatives: discovery of novel leads for anticancer drug design.
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Twenty-nine Amaryllidaceae alkaloids and their derivatives belonging to the five most common groups, including lycorine, lycorenine, tazettine, crinine, and narciclasine types, were evaluated for antiproliferative, apoptosis-inducing, and anti-invasive activities in vitro, resulting in the identification of several novel leads for anticancer drug design.
Anticancer evaluation of structurally diverse Amaryllidaceae alkaloids and their synthetic derivatives
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It is likely that isocarbostyril constituents of the Amaryllidaceae, such as narciclasine, pancratistatin and their congeners, are the most important metabolites responsible for the therapeutic benefits of these plant species in the folk medical treatment of cancer.
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