Hassallidin B--second antifungal member of the Hassallidin family.

@article{Neuhof2006HassallidinBA,
  title={Hassallidin B--second antifungal member of the Hassallidin family.},
  author={Torsten Neuhof and Peter Schmieder and Michael Seibold and Karina Preussel and Hans von D{\"o}hren},
  journal={Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 16},
  pages={4220-2}
}
The cyanobacterium Hassallia sp. produces a family of four compounds which exhibit a broad spectrum of antifungal activities. So far only one of these members has been isolated and its structure elucidated. In this study, we present a second member of this group. Mass spectrometry, one- and two-dimensional NMR and chiral GC-MS analysis revealed the same peptidic and fatty acid core for hassallidin B as the first member hassallidin A with an additional carbohydrate unit, a rhamnose attached to… CONTINUE READING

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Mass spectrometry , one- and two - dimensional NMR and chiral GC - MS analysis revealed the same peptidic and fatty acid core for hassallidin B as the first member hassallidin A with an additional carbohydrate unit , a rhamnose attached to the 3-hydroxyl group of the C(14)-acyl side chain .
Mass spectrometry , one- and two - dimensional NMR and chiral GC - MS analysis revealed the same peptidic and fatty acid core for hassallidin B as the first member hassallidin A with an additional carbohydrate unit , a rhamnose attached to the 3-hydroxyl group of the C(14)-acyl side chain .
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