Daniel Oves

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Fifty four isolates of actinomycetes were collected from four different rhizospheric soils: 18 strains from palm tree bark and soil, 12 strains from an olive field soil, 9 strains from a coastal forest, and 15 strains from an agriculture soil situated in the Algerian–Tunisian border (Oum Tboul). Based on morphological and cultural characters, the isolates(More)
The synthesis of a new class of vitamin D3 analogues in which two units of 1alpha,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 are linked at the C-3 position by a dicarbamate functionality of variable length is described. The analogues demonstrated no affinity for the vitamin D receptor and possessed no antiproliferative or transactivating properties.
Convenient synthetic routes to 1alpha-amino-25-hydroxyvitamin D(3) (3) and 3beta-amino-3-deoxy-1alpha,25-dihydroxyvitamin D(3) (4), novel analogues of vitamin D(3) bearing an amino group at the C-1 or C-3 position, have been developed starting from (S)-(+)-carvone. Construction of the A-ring fragments was accomplished by selective enzymatic hydrolysis of a(More)
A concise route to 1alpha,3beta-diamino-25-hydroxy-3-deoxyvitamin D(3) (5) and 1beta,3alpha-diamino-25-hydroxy-3-deoxyvitamin D(3) (6) has been developed starting from (R)- or (S)-carvone for the construction of the modified A-ring fragments. The conversion of the hydroxyl group to amine function with complete inversion of the configuration was efficiently(More)
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