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Cyclic peptides from higher plants, Part 15. Pseudostellarin H, a new cyclic octapeptide from Pseudostellaria heterophylla.
A new cyclic octapeptide, pseudostellarin H [1], was isolated from the roots of Pseudostellaria heterophylla. Based on spectral evidence and chemical degradation, the primary structure of 1 was
Cyclic peptides from higher plants. 39. Dichotomins F and G, cyclic peptides from Stellaria dichotoma var. lanceolata
Two new cyclic peptides, dichotomins F (1) and G (2), have been isolated from the roots of Stellaria dichotoma L. var. lanceolata Bge., and the structures were elucidated by chemical degradation,
Cyclic Peptides from Higher Plants. 33.† Delavayins A−C, Three New Cyclic Peptides from Stellaria delavayi
Three new cyclic peptides, delavayins A−C (1−3), were isolated from the roots of Stellaria delavaysi and elucidated from spectroscopic evidence and by chemical degradation.
Conformational analysis of a cyclic heptapeptide, pseudostellarin D by molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations.
Restrained molecular dynamics calculation in vacuo using AMBER force field implemented in MacroModel/Batchmin showed a major solution conformation in dimethyl sulfoxide-d6 of pseudostellarin D,