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Isolation and characterization of the trichoverroids and new roridins and verrucarins
Trichoverritone and 16-hydroxyroridin L-2, new trichothecenes from Myrothecium roridum
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRICHOVERROIDS AND NEW RORIDINS AND VERRUCARINS
Antileukemic compounds derived from the chemical modification of macrocyclic trichothecenes. 1. Derivatives of verrucarin A.
- B. Jarvis, G. P. Stahly, G. Pavanasasivam, E. Mazzola
- Chemistry, BiologyJournal of medicinal chemistry
- 1 September 1980
Verrucarin A was epoxidized to give the beta-9,10-epoxide 7 and its acetate 8, which exhibit high in vivo antileukemic activity against P-388 mouse leukemia, whereas 2 and 9 are inactive.
Microbial Transformation of Macrocyclic Trichothecenes
A resting culture of Rhizopus arrhizus (ATCC 11145) transformed verrucarin A into 16-hydroxyverrucarin A, whereas R. arrhizus transformed verrucarin B into a mixture of 16-hydroxyverrucarin B and…
Structure of roridin J, a new macrocyclic trichothecene from Myrothecium verrucaria.
Cycloartenyl acetate, cycloartenol and cycloartenone in the bark of Artocarpus species
BIOSYNTHETIC INTERMEDIATES TO THE MACROCYCLIC TRICHOTHECENES
Chemical investigation of Ceylonese plants. Part 24. New chromenoflavonoids from the bark of artocarpus nobilis Thw. (Moraceae).
- N. S. Kumar, G. Pavanasasivam, M. Uvais, S. Sultanbawa, R. Mageswaran
- ChemistryJournal of the Chemical Society. Perkin…
From the bark extract of Artocarpus nobilis Thw. (Moraceae) six new chromenoflavonoids have been isolated. Five of them have been characterised and named artobilochromen (1), chromanoartobilochromen…