Hydroxystrobilurin A, a New Antifungal E-β-Methoxyacrylate from a Pterula species

@article{Engler1995HydroxystrobilurinAA,
  title={Hydroxystrobilurin A, a New Antifungal E-$\beta$-Methoxyacrylate from a Pterula species},
  author={Michaela Engler and Timm Anke and D{\"o}rte Klostermeyer and Wolfgang Steglich},
  journal={The Journal of Antibiotics},
  year={1995},
  volume={48},
  pages={884-885}
}
basidiomycetes we detected hydroxystrobilurin A (1) in the culture broth ofPterula spec. 82168. The same fungus was also found to produce strobilurin A and oudemansin A. The isolation, structure determination and biological evaluation of hydroxystrobilurin A will be described in the following. Mycelial cultures of Pterula spec. 82168 werederived from tissue plugs of fruiting bodies collected in a forest close to Kaiserslautern, Germany. Voucher specimen and cultures are deposited in the… 

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