Colochiroside E, an Unusual Non-holostane Triterpene Sulfated Trioside from the Sea Cucumber Colochirus Robustus and Evidence of the Impossibility of a 7(8)-Double Bond Migration in Lanostane Derivatives having an 18(16)-Lactone

@article{Silchenko2016ColochirosideEA,
  title={Colochiroside E, an Unusual Non-holostane Triterpene Sulfated Trioside from the Sea Cucumber Colochirus Robustus and Evidence of the Impossibility of a 7(8)-Double Bond Migration in Lanostane Derivatives having an 18(16)-Lactone},
  author={A. Silchenko and A. Kalinovsky and S. Avilov and Pelageya V. Andryjaschenko and P. Dmitrenok and E. Yurchenko and I. Dolmatov and S. S. Dautov and V. Stonik and V. I. Kalinin},
  journal={Natural Product Communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={11}
}
  • A. Silchenko, A. Kalinovsky, +7 authors V. I. Kalinin
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Natural Product Communications
  • The unusual non-holostane triterpene glycoside, colochiroside E (1) was isolated from the sea cucumber Colochirus robustus (Cucumariidae, Dendrochirotida). The structure of 1 was established by analysis of ID, 2D NMR and HRESI MS data. Colochiroside E (1) belongs to a rare group of glycosylated 9β-H-lanosta-18(16)-lactones and has an unprecedented sulfated trisaccharide carbohydrate chain consisting of two glucose and one xylose units. In contrast with (9β-H)-7(8)-unsaturated holostane… CONTINUE READING
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