Dihydroramulosin from Botrytis sp.

@article{Stierle1998DihydroramulosinFB,
  title={Dihydroramulosin from Botrytis sp.},
  author={Donald B. Stierle and Andrea A Stierle and Andreas Kunz},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  year={1998},
  volume={61 10},
  pages={1277-8}
}
Botrytis sp., isolated from the inner bark of the Pacific yew, Taxus brevifolia, was shown to produce ramulosin (1), 6-hydroxyramulosin (2), and the new compound 8-dihydroramulosin (3). The structure of dihydroramulosin was deduced from the NMR spectra and confirmed by chemical conversion from ramulosin.