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Novel Natural Oximes and Oxime Esters with a Vibralactone Backbone from the Basidiomycete Boreostereum vibrans
These compounds represent the first oxime esters from nature, isolated from the scale‐up fermentation broth of B. vibrans, which exhibited significant pancreatic lipase inhibitory activity and cytotoxicities against five human cancer cell lines.
Matsutakone and Matsutoic Acid, Two (Nor)steroids with Unusual Skeletons from the Edible Mushroom Tricholoma matsutake.
A novel sterol with an unprecedented polycyclic ring system, together with a new norsteroid matsutoic acid, isolated from the fruiting bodies of Tricholoma matsutake exhibited inhibitory activities against acetylcholinesterase.
Four new sesquiterpenoids from fruiting bodies of the fungus Inonotus rickii
Three new bisabolane sesquiterpenoids were isolated from the fruiting bodies of mushroom Inonotus rickii and their structures were elucidated by means of extensive spectroscopic methods.
(+)- and (−)-ganodilactone, a pair of meroterpenoid dimers with pancreatic lipase inhibitory activities from the macromycete Ganoderma leucocontextum
(+)- and (−)-Ganodilactone (1), a pair of novel meroterpenoid dimers possessing a unique 5′H-spiro[chroman-4,2′-furan]-2,5′-dione ring system, along with their biogeneticly-related compound,
Lanostane Triterpenoids from Fruiting Bodies of Ganoderma leucocontextum
Six new lanostane-type triterpenoids, namely leucocontextins S–X (1–6), together with twelve known compounds, were isolated from the fruiting bodies of Ganoderma leucocontextum. Their structures were
Anti-Proliferative and Anti-Inflammatory Lanostane Triterpenoids from the Polish Edible Mushroom Macrolepiota procera.
12 lanostane-type triterpenoids, namely lepiotaprocerins A-L, 1-12, from the fruiting bodies of the Poland-collected edible mushroom Macrolepiota procera are isolated and distinguished by the presence of a rare "1-en-1,11-epoxy" moiety which has not been previously described in the lanostanes class.
Four New Sesquiterpenoids from Cultures of the Fungus Phellinidium sulphurascens
Four new sesquiterpenoids, namely 12-hydroxy-3-oxodrimenol (1), 11-hydroxyacetoxydrim-7-en-3β-ol (2), 2,6-dimethyl-7,10-epoxy-10-hydroxymethyldodeca-2,11-dien-6-ol (3), and