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A Novel Dimeric Coumarin Analog and Antimycobacterial Constituents from Fatoua pilosa
One novel dimeric coumarin analog, fatouapilosin (1), together with 18 known compounds, have been isolated from the whole plants of Fatoua pilosa. The structures of these isolates were elucidated byExpand
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Novel epoxyfuranoid lignans and antitubercular constituents from the leaves of Beilschmiedia tsangii.
Three new epoxyfuranoid lignans, 4alpha,5alpha-epoxybeilschmin A (1), 4alpha,5alpha-epoxybeilschmin B (2), and beilschmin D (3), together with nine known compounds have been isolated from the leavesExpand
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Anti-inflammatory endiandric acid analogues from the roots of Beilschmiedia tsangii.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of roots of Beilschmiedia tsangii led to the isolation of six new endiandric acid analogues: tsangibeilin A (1), tsangibeilin B (2), endiandramide A (3), endiandric acidExpand
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Secondary metabolites and cytotoxic activities from the endophytic fungus Annulohypoxylon squamulosum
Abstract One new dihydrobenzofuran-2,4-dione derivative, designated as annulosquamulin (1), together with 10 known compounds (2–11), were isolated from the n-BuOH-soluble fraction of the 95% EtOHExpand
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New cytotoxic tetrahydrofuran- and dihydrofuran-type lignans from the stem of Beilschmiedia tsangii.
Five new compounds including two tetrahydrofuran-type lignans, beilschmin A and beilschmin B, a dihydrofuran-type lignan, beilschmin C, and two 1-phenylbutyl benzoates, tsangin A and tsangin B,Expand
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Endiandric Acid Analogues from the Roots of Beilschmiedia erythrophloia.
Investigation of the roots of Beilschmiedia erythrophloia has led to the isolation of seven new endiandric acid analogues, erythrophloins A-F (1-6) and beilcyclone A (7), together with 11 knownExpand
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Secondary metabolites from the endophytic fungus Biscogniauxia formosana and their antimycobacterial activity
Abstract Two new azaphilone derivatives, namely, biscogniazaphilones A ( 1 ) and B ( 2 ), along with ten known compounds ( 3–12 ), were isolated from the n -BuOH-soluble fraction of the 95% EtOHExpand
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Cytotoxic butanolides and secobutanolides from the stem wood of Formosan Lindera communis.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of the chloroform-soluble fraction from the stem wood of Formosan Lindera communis led to the isolation of two new cytotoxic butanolides, lincomolide C (1), lincomolideExpand
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New cytotoxic cyclobutanoid amides, a new furanoid lignan and anti-platelet aggregation constituents from Piper arborescens.
Three new cyclobutanoid amides with trans-trans-trans configurations, piperarborenine C, piperarborenine D and piperarborenine E, and a new furanoid lignan, (+)-arborone, together with twelve knownExpand
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Cytotoxic chalcones and flavonoids from the leaves of Muntingia calabura.
Two new dihydrochalcones, 2',4'-dihydroxy-3'-methoxydihydrochalcone, (-)-3'-methoxy-2',4',beta-trihydroxydihydrochalcone, a new flavanone, (2 S)-(-)-5'-hydroxy-7,3',4'-trimethoxyflavanone, and a newExpand
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