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The pseudopterosins: anti-inflammatory and analgesic natural products from the sea whip Pseudopterogorgia elisabethae.
The Caribbean sea whip Pseudopterogorgia elisabethae (Octocorallia, Cnidaria) has been found to contain the pseudopterosins, a newly described class of natural products, which have been characterizedExpand
Taxus spp. needles contain amounts of taxol comparable to the bark of Taxus brevifolia: analysis and isolation.
Taxus needles may provide a renewable source of this valuable compound taxol and 10-deacetylbaccatin III, a related compound that can be converted to taxol through a semi-synthetic route. Expand
1H- and 13C-nmr assignments for taxol, 7-epi-taxol, and cephalomannine.
The 1H- and 13C-nmr spectra of taxol [1], 7-epi-taxol [2], and cephalomannine [3] were assigned using modern 1D and 2D nmr methods. Preliminary conformational information was obtained by nOeExpand
The seco-pseodopteosins, new anti-inflammaytory diterpene-glycosides from a caribbean gorgonian octocoral of the genus
A new class of diterpene-pentosides, the seco-pseudopterosins (1–4), has been isolated from a Caribbean sea whip of the genus Pseudopterogorgia. The new compounds are arabinose glycosides possessingExpand
Taxinine M, a new tetracyclic taxane from Taxus brevifolia.