Iodo–sesquiterpene hydroquinone and brominated indole alkaloids from the Thai sponge Smenospongia sp.

  title={Iodo–sesquiterpene hydroquinone and brominated indole alkaloids from the Thai sponge Smenospongia sp.},
  author={Hunsa Prawat and Chulabhorn Mahidol and Wirongrong Kaweetripob and Sawangjitt Wittayalai and Somsak Ruchirawat},
6′-Iodoaureol, an iodo–sesquiterpene hydroquinone, 6′-aureoxyaureol, a bissesquiterpene hydroquinone, and four brominated indole alkaloids 3–6 were isolated from the Thai sponge Smenospongia sp. Additionally, four known sesquiterpene hydroquinones 12–15, ten known brominated indole alkaloids 7–11, 17–18, and 20–22, ergosterol, and furospinosulin-1 were also isolated. Compound 1 is the first reported iodo–sesquiterpene hydroquinone and compounds 7–11 were isolated for the first time from natural… 
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