Eduardo José Crevelin

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The potential of copper(II) to induce gas-phase fragmentation reactions in macrotetrolides, a class of polyether ionophores produced by Streptomyces species, was investigated by accurate-mass(More)
Actinomycetes, especially those belonging to the genus Streptomyces, are economically important from a biotechnological standpoint: they produce antibiotics, anticancer compounds and a variety of(More)
Quinone-methide triterpenoids (QMTs) derived from species of the family Celastraceae have long been used as anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-malarial and insecticidal agents. The(More)
Species of Copaifera genus (Fabaceae - Caesalpinoiodidaeae) produces an important commercial oleoresin that displays many medicinal properties. Copaifera oleoresins (COR) are composed mainly of a(More)