Alpha-Glucosidase- and Lipase-Inhibitory Phenalenones from a New Species of Pseudolophiostoma Originating from Thailand

@article{Macabeo2020AlphaGlucosidaseAL,
  title={Alpha-Glucosidase- and Lipase-Inhibitory Phenalenones from a New Species of Pseudolophiostoma Originating from Thailand},
  author={Allan Patrick G. Macabeo and Luis Agustin E. Pilapil and Katherine Yasmin M. Garcia and Mark Tristan J Quimque and Chayanard Phukhamsakda and Allaine Jean C. Cruz and Kevin David Hyde and Marc Stadler},
  journal={Molecules},
  year={2020},
  volume={25}
}
The alpha-glucosidase- and lipase-inhibitory activities of three phenalenones (1–3) and one phenylpropanoid (4) from the ethyl acetate extracts of a Pseudolophiosptoma sp. are described. They represent the first secondary metabolites reported from the genus Pseudolophiostoma. Scleroderolide (1) and sclerodione (2) exhibited potent α-glucosidase- and porcine-lipase-inhibitory activity during primary screening, with better IC50 values compared to the positive controls, N-deoxynojirimycin and… 

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