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New Oxirapentyn E from Marine Isolate of the Fungus Isaria felina
The new highly oxidized chromene oxirapentyn E was isolated from marine isolate of the fungus Isaria felina (DC.) Fr. Its structure was established based on NMR spectroscopy, high-resolution mass
(–)-Asperpentyn from the Facultative Marine Fungus Curvularia inaequalis
Marine micromycete fungi are rich sources of new compounds that often exhibit strong biological activity. Fungi of the genus Curvularia were also described several times as producers of such
New Kipukasin from Marine Isolate of the Fungus Aspergillus flavus
A new aromatic nucleoside kipukasin J (1) and two known compounds decumbenone B (2) and cyclopenol (3) were separated from marine isolate of the fungus Aspergillus flavus. The structure of kipukasin
Three new Penicillium species from marine subaqueous soils
A detailed analysis based on ITS, combined β-tubulin and calmodulin datasets, and morphological features revealed that the new species formed a distinct group inside the P. atrovenetum subclade and may represent a distinct phylogenetic lineage.
Biologically active metabolites of the facultative marine fungus Penicillium citrinum
Four sesquiterpenoid metabolites, JBIR-27, petasol, sporogen AO-1, and dihydrosporogen AO-1, that were previously unknown for Penicillium citrinum were isolated from the marine isolate of this
New 3-[2′(R)-Hydroxybutyl]-7-Hydroxyphthalide from Marine Isolate of the Fungus Penicillium claviforme
The new phthalide derivative 3-[2′(R)-hydroxybutyl]-7-hydroxyphthalide (2) and the five known compounds (−)-3-butyl-7-hydroxyphthalide (1), isopatulin (3), m-hydroxybenzyl alcohol (4), cyclopenin
New Diorcinol J Produced by Co-Cultivation of Marine Fungi Aspergillus sulphureus and Isaria felina
New diorcinol J was established using NMR spectroscopy and high-resolution mass spectrometry and their ability to enhance expression of heat shock protein Hsp70 in Ehrlich ascites carcinoma cells was investigated.
Metabolites of the Marine Fungus Penicillium citrinum Associated with a Brown Alga Padina sp.
Fungi associated with marine algae are some of the most promising marine fungal producers. Greater than 10% of all new marine fungal metabolites were recently isolated from this ecological fungal
Filamentous fungi associated with the seagrass Zostera marina Linnaeus, 1753 of Rifovaya Bay (Peter the Great Bay, the Sea of Japan)
This paper presents data on the taxonomic diversity of filamentous fungi that are associated with the phylloplane, rhizoplane, and rhizosphere of Zostera marina, as well as with the submarine soils