Encelin: a fungal growth inhibitor.

@article{Sabanero1995EncelinAF,
  title={Encelin: a fungal growth inhibitor.},
  author={M. Sabanero and L. Quijano and T. R{\'i}os and R. Trejo},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={1995},
  volume={61 2},
  pages={
          185-6
        }
}
A known sesquiterpene lactone, encelin, isolated from the Mexican species Montanoa speciosa (Compositae), was assayed for biocidal activity on fungal cells of Mucor rouxii. The results indicate that encelin has a determining action on growth and the morphogenetic process of fungal cells. 
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