Brominated diphenyl ethers from a marine bacterium associated with the spongeDysidea sp.

@article{Elyakov2005BrominatedDE,
  title={Brominated diphenyl ethers from a marine bacterium associated with the spongeDysidea sp.},
  author={G. B. Elyakov and T. Kuznetsova and V. Mikhailov and I. Maltsev and V. G. Voinov and S. Fedoreyev},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={2005},
  volume={47},
  pages={632-633}
}
BacteriaVibro sp. isolated from the spongeDysidea sp. were shown to biosynthesize brominated diphenyl ethers. We identified one of the bacterial brominated metabolites using gas liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry to compare this product with standard 3,5-dibromo-2-(3′,5′-dibromo-2′-methoxyphenoxy)phenol. The latter has been isolated from ethanol extracts of the spongeDysidea sp. 

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