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Bioactive Dihydro-β-agarofuran Sesquiterpenoids from the Australian Rainforest Plant Maytenus bilocularis.
Chemical investigations of the CH2Cl2 extract obtained from the leaves of the Australian rainforest tree Maytenus bilocularis afforded three new dihydro-β-agarofurans, bilocularins A-C (1-3), and sixExpand
Dihydro-β-agarofurans from the roots of the Australian endemic rainforest tree Maytenus bilocularis act as leucine transport inhibitors.
Phytochemical studies of the roots of the Australian plant, Maytenus bilocularis, resulted in the identification of six previously undescribed dihydro-β-agarofuran sesquiterpenoids, bilocularins D-I,Expand
Tricyclic and Spirobicyclic Norsesquiterpenes from the Endophytic Fungus Pseudolagarobasidium acaciicola
The new tricyclic and spirobicyclic norsesquiterpenes 1 and 2 and the new nor-chamigrane endoperoxide 3, together with the known sesquiterpenes steperoxide A (4), merulin B (5), and merulin C (6),Expand
Cytotoxic sesquiterpenes from the endophytic fungus Pseudolagarobasidium acaciicola.
Twenty previously unknown compounds and two known metabolites, merulin A and merulin D, were isolated from the endophytic fungus Pseudolagarobasidium acaciicola, which was isolated from a mangroveExpand
Dihydro‐β‐agarofurans from the Australian Endemic Rainforest Plant Denhamia pittosporoides Inhibit Leucine Transport in Prostate Cancer Cells
Two previously unknown dihydro-β-agarofuran sesquiterpenoids, denhaminol I (1) and denhaminol J (2), together with four related and known metabolites,Expand
Celastrofurans A-G: Dihydro-β-agarofurans from the Australian Rainforest Vine Celastrus subspicata and Their Inhibitory Effect on Leucine Transport in Prostate Cancer Cells.
Seven new dihydro-β-agarofurans, celastrofurans A-G (1-7), along with two known secondary metabolites, 9β-benzoyloxy-1α-furoyloxydihydro-β-agarofuran (8) andExpand
Dihydro‐β‐agarofurans from the Australian rainforest plant Denhamia celastroides that inhibit leucine transport in prostate cancer cells
Four new dihydro‐β‐agarofurans, denhaminols K–N (4–7), along with three known secondary metabolites, denhaminols A–C (1–3) were obtained from the large‐scale isolation studies of the leaves of theExpand
Tricyclic and Spirobicyclic Norsesquiterpenes from the Endophytic Fungus Pseudolagarobasidium acaciicola.
Together with three known sesquiterpenes, the new tricyclic (I) and spirocyclic norsesquiterpenes (II), and the new nor-chamigrane endoperoxide (III) are isolated from the title fungus.
Genomic and chemical diversity of Bacillus subtilis secondary metabolites against plant pathogenic fungi
Bacillus subtilis produces a wide range of secondary metabolites providing diverse plant-growth-promoting and biocontrol abilities. These secondary metabolites include non-ribosomal peptides (NRPs)Expand
Using UHPLC-MS Profiling for the Discovery of New Dihydro-β-Agarofurans from Australian Celastraceae Plant Extracts
An analytical method using UHPLC-MS was developed and applied to 16 crude CH2Cl2 extracts from Australian Celastraceae plants; the endemic plant materials were accessed from Griffith University’sExpand
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