Antimicrobial Natural Products: An Update on Future Antibiotic Drug Candidates
Antimicrobial natural products: an update on future antibiotic drug candidates.
This review will describe only those with potentially useful antimicrobial activity, viz. with MICs in the range 0.02-10 microg mL(-1); a total of 145 compounds from 13 structural classes are discussed, and over 100 references are cited.
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 pseudoalkaloid…
Phenalenones: insight into the biosynthesis of polyketides from the marine alga-derived fungus Coniothyrium cereale.
The polyketide skeleton of the phenanthrene-based compound cereolactam is proposed to be formed through degradation of a heptaketide by loss of two carbon atoms, thus providing a hypothesis for the biosynthetic formation of the Phenalenones.
Therapeutic Potential of Iridoid Derivatives: Patent Review
Iridoids belong to a family of monoterpenoids comprising the cyclopentan[c]-pyran system; this class of compounds offers a wide range of biological effects, namely antileishmanial, anticancer,…
Natural Phenolics as Inhibitors of the Human Neutrophil Elastase (HNE) Release: An Overview of Natural Anti-inflammatory Discoveries during Recent Years.
A review article summarizes the discovery and elastase inhibitory activity of ∼180 phenolics isolated from diverse natural sources during more than one decade, i.e. 2005-2017, to develop better anti-inflammatory drugs in future.
Fruitful decade of fungal metabolites as anti-diabetic agents from 2010 to 2019: emphasis on α-glucosidase inhibitors
- H. Hussain, M. Nazir, Mohammad Saleem, A. Al-Harrasi, Elizbit, I. Green
- Medicine, BiologyPhytochemistry Reviews
- 1 February 2021
The focus is on describing the α-glucosidase effects and their potential as anti-diabetic agents of various metabolites isolated from fungi.
Phytochemical profiling, in vitro biological properties and in silico studies on Caragana ambigua stocks (Fabaceae): A comprehensive approach
Fungal metabolites as anti-diabetic agents: emphasis on PTP1B inhibitors
The focus is on describing the PTP1B effects and their potential as anti-diabetic agents for the various metabolites isolated from fungi.