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A THIRD METABOLITE FROM SPICARIA DIVARICATA

@inproceedings{Mizuba2006ATM,
  title={A THIRD METABOLITE FROM SPICARIA DIVARICATA},
  author={Seth S. Mizuba and Charleson Hsu and James Jiu},
  year={2006}
}
The purification, structures and antimicrobial activities of two pharmacologically active metabolites from Spicaria cliraricata NRRL 5771 (Paecilontyces varioti BAINIER), SC-28762, 3, 3'di-(methoxycarbonylmethyl)-3,3', 4,4'-tetrahydro9, 9', 10, 10'-tetrahydroxy-7, 7'-dimethoxy-1, 1'dioxo-8, 8'-bi-IH-naphtho-[2, 3-c] pyran (viriditoxin)2) and SC-28763, 3-(2-oxopropyl)3'methoxycarbonylmethyl-3, 3', 4, 4'-tetrahydro-9, 9', 10, 10'-tetrahydroxy-7, 7'-dimethoxy-l, 1'dioxo-8, 8'-bi-IH-naphtho [2, 3-c… 

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