Aurantoside C, a new tetramic acid glycoside from the sponge Homophymia conferta.

  title={Aurantoside C, a new tetramic acid glycoside from the sponge Homophymia conferta.},
  author={D. Wolf and F. Schmitz and F. Qiu and M. Kelly-Borges},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  volume={62 1},
A new tetramic acid glycoside, aurantoside C (3), was isolated from the sponge Homophymia conferta and the structure was determined by detailed 1D and 2D NMR analysis of the natural product and a hexaacetate derivative. 
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