Biologically Active Orbitides from the Euphorbiaceae Family.

@article{Ramalho2017BiologicallyAO,
  title={Biologically Active Orbitides from the Euphorbiaceae Family.},
  author={Suelem D Ramalho and Meri Emili F Pinto and Douglas dos Santos Ferreira and Vanderlan da Silva Bolzani},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={2017},
  volume={84 9-10},
  pages={
          558-567
        }
}
A comprehensive overview of natural orbitides isolated from Euphorbiaceae species and their most relevant biological activities are presented. Euphorbiaceae is a large and diverse family, which comprises about 300 genera, and is known as an important source of medicines and toxins. Several classes of secondary metabolites have been described for this taxon, however, orbitides have been broadly reported in Jatropha and Croton genera. Additionally, the latex is documented as the main source of… CONTINUE READING

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