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Enantiodivergence in the Biosynthesis of Bromotyrosine Alkaloids from Sponges?
The isolation of bromotyrosine alkaloids, some of which are enantiomers of previously isolated compounds, has highlighted a possible enantiodivergence in their biosynthesis. Two new (1, 2) and sixExpand
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Crellasterones A and B: A-Norsterol Derivatives from the New Caledonian Sponge Crella incrustans
Two new steroids, crellasterones A (1) and B (2), together with the previously reported compound chalinasterol (3) and several nucleosides (4–7), were isolated from the sponge Crella incrustans,Expand
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Bisindole Alkaloids from a New Zealand Deep-Sea Marine Sponge Lamellomorpha strongylata
Chemical investigation of the secondary metabolites of a rare New Zealand deep-sea sponge, Lamellomorpha strongylata, resulted in the isolation of twenty-one indole alkaloids, including two newExpand
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The Optimal Time of New Generation Product in the Market
Launch of a new product is a phase of development that commands a large commitment ... Expand
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Investigations of the marine flora and fauna of the Fiji Islands.
Over the past 30 years, approximately 140 papers have been published on marine natural products chemistry and related research from the Fiji Islands. These came about from studies starting in theExpand
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Isolation and characterisation of rifamycin W and phenylethylamides from a Fijian marine actinomycete Salinispora arenicola
An ansamycin, rifamycin W, and three phenylethylamides, N-(2'-phenylethyl)isobutyramide, 2-methyl-N-(2'phenylethyl)butyramide, and N-(2'-phenylethyl)isovaleramide were isolated from the fermentationExpand
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