Halogenated Compounds from Corals: Chemical Diversity and Biological Activities.

@article{Zhang2018HalogenatedCF,
  title={Halogenated Compounds from Corals: Chemical Diversity and Biological Activities.},
  author={Y. Zhang and J. Liu and Da-yong Shi and Z. Li},
  journal={Mini reviews in medicinal chemistry},
  year={2018}
}
  • Y. Zhang, J. Liu, +1 author Z. Li
  • Published 2018
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Mini reviews in medicinal chemistry
As important marine biological resources, corals produce a large amount of active organic compounds in their secondary metabolic processes, including numerous brominated, chlorinated, and iodinated compounds. These compounds, with novel structures and unique activities, guide the discovery and research of important lead compounds and novel biological mechanisms. Through large numbers of literature survey, this paper summarized a total of 145 halogenated secondary metabolites which were roughly… Expand
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