An Antibacterial 9,11-Secosterol from a Marine Sponge Ircinia sp.

@article{Yang2014AnA9,
  title={An Antibacterial 9,11-Secosterol from a Marine Sponge Ircinia sp.},
  author={Inho Yang and Hyukjae Choi and D. Won and S. Nam and Heonjoong Kang},
  journal={Bulletin of The Korean Chemical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={3360-3362}
}
E-mail: hjkang@snu.ac.krReceived June 2, 2014, Accepted July 21, 2014Key Words : Antibacterial, Secosterol, Marine, Sponge Marine sponges are a rich source of structurally diversenatural products and about 35% of marine natural productshave been found from this chemically rich phylum of marineorganisms. 

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