Furocaulerpin, a new acetylenic sesquiterpenoid from the green algaCaulerpa prolifera
Lorenzo de Napoli
Silvana G Magno
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Furocaulerpin, an acetylenic sesquiterpenoid possessing a furan ring, has been isolated from the marine algaCaulerpa prolifera, and its stereostructure elucidated mainly on the basis of physico-chemical data.
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