Chaetochromones A and B, Two New Polyketides from the Fungus Chaetomium indicum (CBS.860.68)

  title={Chaetochromones A and B, Two New Polyketides from the Fungus Chaetomium indicum (CBS.860.68)},
  author={Keyang Lu and Yisheng Zhang and Li Li and Xuewei Wang and Gang Ding},
  pages={10944 - 10952}
Chaetochromones A (1) and B (2), two novel polyketides, were isolated from the crude extract of fungus Chaetomium indicum (CBS.860.68) together with three known analogues PI-3(3), PI-4 (4) and SB236050 (5). The structures of these compounds were determined by HRESI-MS and NMR experiments. Chaetochromones A (1) and B (2) are a member of the polyketides family, which might originate from a similar biogenetic pathway as the known compounds PI-3 (3), PI-4 (4) and SB236050 (5). The biological… 

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