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New naphthoquinone derivatives from Fusarium napiforme of a mangrove plant.
Two new naphthoquinone derivatives, 6-hydroxy-astropaquinone B (1) and astropaquinone D (2) as well as the known compound 3-O-methyl-9-O-methylfusarubin (3) were isolated from Fusarium napiforme, anExpand
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New polyketides, paralactonic acids A-E produced by Paraconiothyrium sp. SW-B-1, an endophytic fungus associated with a seaweed, Chondrus ocellatus Holmes.
Five polyketides, paralactonic acids A-E (1-5) were isolated from Paraconiothyrium sp. SW-B-1, an endophytic fungus isolated from the seaweed, Chondrus ocellatus Holmes. Their structures wereExpand
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New metabolites produced by endophyte Clonostachys rosea B5 - 2.
The endophytic fungus, Clonostachys rosea B5-2 was isolated from mangrove plants and subjected to the one strain many compounds (OSMAC) methodology. By this approach, it was found that modificationExpand
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Cytotoxic Triterpenoids from the Bark of Chisocheton patens Blume (Meliaceae)
Abstract Four new triterpenoids, namely, chisopaten A-D (1-4), were isolated from the n-hexane extract of the bark of Chisocheton patens Blume. The chemical structures of new compounds wereExpand
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Cytotoxic constituents from the bark of Aglaia eximia (Meliaceae)
Abstract The new stigmastane steroid, 3,4-epoxy-(22R,25)-tetrahydrofuran-stigmast-5-en (1), along with two known triterpenoids (2–3) and two known steroids (4–5) were isolated from the stem bark ofExpand
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Cytotoxic triterpenoids from the bark of Aglaia smithii (Meliaceae)
Abstract Two new dammarane triterpenoids, aglinone (1) and aglinin E (20S,24S-epoxy-25-hydroxy-1-en-dammarene) (2) along with three known compounds, 3-epiocotillol (3), aglinin A (4), andExpand
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Cytotoxic Triterpenoids from the Stembark of Aglaia argentea (Meliaceae)
Four dammarane-type triterpenoid compounds, dammar-24-en-3a-ol ( 1 ), 3- epi -cabraleahydroxy lactone ( 2 ), ( E )-25-hydroperoxydammar-23-en-3b,20-diol ( 3 ), and dammar-24-en-3β,20-diol ( 4 ), wereExpand
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Cytotoxic Steroids from the Bark of Aglaia argentea (Meliaceae)
The study aimed to find a potential anticancer agent by isolating and identifying the chemical structure of compounds from Aglaia argentea and testing their cytotoxic effects against P-388 murineExpand
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New bisamide compounds from the bark of Aglaia eximia (Meliaceae)
Abstract Two new bisamide compounds, eximiamide A ( 1 ) and eximiamide B ( 2 ) were isolated from the bark of Aglaia eximia (Meliaceae). The chemical structures of the new compound were elucidated onExpand
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