Cytotoxic pyrroloiminoquinones from four new species of South African latrunculid sponges.

  title={Cytotoxic pyrroloiminoquinones from four new species of South African latrunculid sponges.},
  author={E. Antunes and D. Beukes and M. Kelly and T. Samaai and L. Barrows and K. M. Marshall and C. Sincich and M. T. Davies-Coleman},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  volume={67 8},
  • E. Antunes, D. Beukes, +5 authors M. T. Davies-Coleman
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of natural products
  • An examination of organic extracts of four new species of South African latrunculid sponges, Tsitsikamma pedunculata, T. favus, Latrunculia bellae, and Strongylodesma algoaensis, yielded 13 known and eight new pyrroloiminoquinone alkaloids, 3-dihydro-7,8-dehydrodiscorhabdin C (4), 14-bromo-3-dihydro-7,8-dehydrodiscorhabdin C (5), discorhabdin V (6), 14-bromo-1-hydroxydiscorhabdin V (7), tsitsikammamine A N-18 oxime (10), tsitsikammamine B N-18 oxime (11), 1-methoxydiscorhabdin D (12), and 1… CONTINUE READING
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