Discorhabdins revisited: cytotoxic alkaloids from southern australian marine sponges of the genera Higginsia and Spongosorites.

@article{ElNaggar2009DiscorhabdinsRC,
  title={Discorhabdins revisited: cytotoxic alkaloids from southern australian marine sponges of the genera Higginsia and Spongosorites.},
  author={M. El-Naggar and R. Capon},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  year={2009},
  volume={72 3},
  pages={
          460-4
        }
}
Chemical analysis of southern Australian marine sponges of the genera Higginsia and Spongosorites has yielded examples of the discorhabdin class of alkaloids. These include the known metabolites (+)-discorhabdin A (1), (+)-discorhabdin D (2), makaluvamine J (6), and damirone A (7), together with four new analogues, (+)-dihydrodiscorhabdin A (3), (+)-debromodiscorhabdin A (4), (+)-dihydrodiscorhabdin L (8), and (+)-discorhabdin X (5), with the latter compound being the first reported example of… Expand
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