Alkaloids and polyketides from Penicillium citrinum, an endophyte isolated from the Moroccan plant Ceratonia siliqua.

@article{ElNeketi2013AlkaloidsAP,
  title={Alkaloids and polyketides from Penicillium citrinum, an endophyte isolated from the Moroccan plant Ceratonia siliqua.},
  author={Mona El-Neketi and Weaam Ebrahim and Wenhan Lin and Sahar R. Gedara and Farid A. Badria and H. A. Saad and Daowan Lai and Peter Proksch},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  year={2013},
  volume={76 6},
  pages={1099-104}
}
The endophytic fungus Penicillium citrinum was isolated from a fresh stem of the Moroccan plant Ceratonia siliqua. Extracts of P. citrinum grown on rice and white bean media yielded five new compounds, namely, citriquinochroman (1), tanzawaic acids G and H (2 and 3), 6-methylcurvulinic acid (4), 8-methoxy-3,5-dimethylisoquinolin-6-ol (5), and one new natural product, 1,2,3,11b-tetrahydroquinolactacide (6), which had previously been described as a synthetic compound. In addition, 13 known… CONTINUE READING

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