Nutritional and Chemical Composition and Antiviral Activity of Cultivated Seaweed Sargassum naozhouense Tseng et Lu
C cultivated S. naozhouense has a potential for its use in functional foods and antiviral new drugs and the polysaccharides possessed strong antiviral activity against HSV-1 in vitro with EC50 of 8.92 μg/mL.
New phenyl derivatives from endophytic fungus Aspergillus flavipes AIL8 derived of mangrove plant Acanthus ilicifolius.
Cembrane Diterpenes Chemistry and Biological Properties
Cembrane-type diterpenoids are a large and structurally varied group of natural products isolated from both terrestrial and marine organisms. The present paper reviews all the metabolites of cembrane…
Antimicrobial and antiviral sesquiterpenoids from sponge-associated fungus, Aspergillus sydowii ZSDS1-F6
This research presents a probabilistic procedure to estimate the polymethine content of the response of the H2O/O2 mixture through a number of different experimental procedures, including “situ-based,” “chemical-based” and “novel” methods.
Sydoxanthone C and acremolin B produced by deep-sea-derived fungus Aspergillus sp. SCSIO Ind09F01
A new xanthone named sydoxanthone C and a new alkaloid named acremolin B were isolated from a deep-sea-derived fungus Aspergillus sp.
Antifouling briarane type diterpenoids from South China Sea gorgonians Dichotella gemmacea
Arthpyrones A-C, pyridone alkaloids from a sponge-derived fungus Arthrinium arundinis ZSDS1-F3.
Three new 4-hydroxy-2-pyridone alkaloids, arthpyrones A-C (1-3), were isolated from the sponge-derived fungus Arthrinium arundinis ZSDS1-F3 and a possible biosynthetic pathway for them was proposed.
Tetramic acid derivatives and polyphenols from sponge-derived fungus and their biological evaluation
Fifteen compounds, including two tetramic acid derivatives, penicillenol A1 (1) and penicillenol A2 (2), six polyphenols containing both phenolic bisabolane sesquiterpenoid and diphenyl ether units,…
Marine natural products with anti-HIV activities in the last decade.
- Xuefeng Zhou, Juan Liu, Bin Yang, Xiu-ping Lin, Xianwen Yang, Yonghong Liu
- Chemistry, BiologyCurrent Medicinal Chemistry
- 28 February 2013
In the reviewed marine natural products, many active ingredients act as HIV entry inhibitors, one class of new anti-HIV agents, and may be regarded as potential candidates for the development of novel anti-hIV agents.
Emerixanthone E, a new xanthone derivative from deep sea fungus Emericella sp SCSIO 05240
A new emerixanthone E together with four known emodin derivatives were isolated from the metabolites of the fungus Emericella SCSIO05240 and the biological properties of those compounds were explored for antimicrobial, antifungal and antitumor activity.