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Antimicrobial phenalenone derivatives from the marine-derived fungus Coniothyrium cereale.
The marine-derived fungus Coniothyrium cereale was isolated from the green alga Enteromorpha sp. and found to produce the new phenalenone derivatives 1-7 as well as the known compounds lactone 8, (-)Expand
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Fungal phenalenones: chemistry, biology, biosynthesis and phylogeny.
Covering up to the end of August 2013. Phenalenones are members of a unique class of natural polyketides exhibiting diverse biological potential. This is a comprehensive review of 72 phenalenonesExpand
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Cynaropicrin: A Comprehensive Research Review and Therapeutic Potential As an Anti-Hepatitis C Virus Agent
The different pharmacologic properties of plants-containing cynaropicrin, especially artichokes, have been known for many centuries. More recently, cynaropicrin exhibited a potential activity againstExpand
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HLE-inhibitory alkaloids with a polyketide skeleton from the marine-derived fungus Coniothyrium cereale.
The marine endophytic fungus Coniothyrium cereale produces the structurally unusual polyketide-type alkaloids (-)-cereolactam (1) and (-)-cereoaldomine (3), incorporating a lactam and an imineExpand
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Identification of a Potent and Selective Cannabinoid CB1 Receptor Antagonist from Auxarthron reticulatum.
The fungus Auxarthron reticulatum derived from the marine sponge Ircinia variabilis produced the diketopiperazine alkaloid amauromine (1) and the quinolinone methyl-penicinoline (2). Compound 2 isExpand
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Pan-genotypic Hepatitis C Virus Inhibition by Natural Products Derived from the Wild Egyptian Artichoke
ABSTRACT Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is the leading cause of chronic liver diseases. Water extracts of the leaves of the wild Egyptian artichoke (WEA) [Cynara cardunculus L. var. sylvestrisExpand
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Unusual Nitrogenous Phenalenone Derivatives from the Marine-Derived Fungus Coniothyrium cereale
The new phenalenone metabolites 1, 2, 4, and 6 were isolated from the marine-derived endophytic fungus Coniothyrium cereale, in addition to the ergostane-type sterol (3) and entatrovenetinone (5).Expand
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Caught between triterpene- and steroid-metabolism: 4α-Carboxylic pregnane-derivative from the marine alga-derived fungus Phaeosphaeria spartinae
Investigation of the fungus Phaeosphaeria spartinae, an endophyte of the marine red alga Ceramium sp., led to the isolation of spartopregnenolone (1), a metabolite whose structure includes featuresExpand
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Polyketide Skeletons from the Marine Alga‐Derived Fungus Coniothyrium cereale
The fungus Coniothyrium cereale was isolated from the Baltic Sea alga Enteromorpha sp. Upon cultivation in saline medium, C. cereale produced the structurally unprecedented isoindole pseudoalkaloidExpand
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Spartinoxide, a New Enantiomer of A82775C with Inhibitory Activity toward HLE from the Marine-derived Fungus Phaeosphaeria spartinae
The fungus Phaeosphaeria spartinae is an endophyte of the marine alga Ceramium sp. Investigation of this marine-derived fungus led to the isolation of spartinoxide (1), which is the enantiomer of theExpand
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