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Iridoids. An updated review. Part I
Iridoid structures published for the first time during 1980-1989 are listed with available physical and spectral data: mp, [α]D, UV, 1 H nmr, 13 C nmr. Also included are revisions of iridoidExpand
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IRIDOIDS. AN UPDATED REVIEW. II.
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Processing of iridoid glycoside antirrinoside fromMaurandya antirrhiniflora (Scrophulariaceae) byMeris paradoxa (Geometridae) andLepipolys species (Noctuidae)
The iridoid glycoside antirrinoside was found to be sequestered by highly aposematic larvae of the geometrid mothMeris paradoxa and two noctuid mothLepipolys species feeding onMaurandyaExpand
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IRIDOID AND PHENYLPROPANOID GLYCOSIDES FROM ORTHOCARPUS SPP. ALKALOID CONTENT AS A CONSEQUENCE OF PARASITISM ON LUPINUS
New iridoids were isolated from Orthocarpus purpurascens (6β-hydroxyboschnaloside [4]) and Orthocarpus attenuatus (8-deoxylamiol [6] and 5,8-bisdeoxylamiol [7]), while the novel phenylpropanoidExpand
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Iridoid glycosides and a pyridine monoterpene alkaloid from orthocarpus. New artifactual iridoid dienals
Euphroside was found to be the major iridoid of Orthocarpus purpureoalbus, Orthocarpus luteus, Orthocarpur tolmei, and Orthocarpus tenuifolius, all species of the Section Orthocarpus in the genusExpand
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Comparison of balanol from Verticillium balanoides and ophiocordin from Cordyceps ophioglossoides.
Recently, we reported the isolation of the potent protein kinase C inhibitor balanol (1) from the fungus Verticillium balanoides. In an earlier study, König et al. reported the isolation ofExpand
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Isolation and identification of cissetin--a setin-like antibiotic with a novel cis-octalin ring fusion.
activity against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), we have isolated three different setin antibiotics from several different fungi-the previously reported equisetin (2)1) andExpand
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Emmyguyacins A and B: unusual glycolipids from a sterile fungus species that inhibit the low-pH conformational change of hemagglutinin A during replication of influenza virus.
Two novel glycolipids, emmyguyacin A (1a) and emmyguyacin B (1b), were isolated at concentrations of 1.51 g/L from a potato dextrose agar fermentation of a sterile fungus species. The compoundsExpand
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