Bioactive Perylene Derivatives from a Soft Coral-Derived Fungus Alternaria sp. (ZJ-2008017)

@article{Zheng2015BioactivePD,
  title={Bioactive Perylene Derivatives from a Soft Coral-Derived Fungus Alternaria sp. (ZJ-2008017)},
  author={Cai-Juan Zheng and Xiu-Mei Fu and Xiu-Li Zhang and Wen-wen Kong and Chang-yun Wang},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2015},
  volume={51},
  pages={766-768}
}
Marine-derived fungi have proved to be a promising source of structurally novel and biologically active secondary metabolites that have become interesting and significant resources for drug discovery [1, 2]. Perylene derivatives have been isolated from the marine-derived fungi of the genera of Alternaria and Stemphylium [3, 4]. They are of ten were found to have a partially reduced perylene quinone skeleton, and such perylene derivatives sometimes show a variety of phytotoxins and mutagenic… CONTINUE READING
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