Isolation of ciliatamide D from a marine sponge Stelletta sp. and a reinvestigation of the configuration of ciliatamide A.

@article{Imae2013IsolationOC,
  title={Isolation of ciliatamide D from a marine sponge Stelletta sp. and a reinvestigation of the configuration of ciliatamide A.},
  author={Yasufumi Imae and Kentaro Takada and S. Okada and Y. Ise and H. Yoshimura and Y. Morii and S. Matsunaga},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  year={2013},
  volume={76 4},
  pages={
          755-8
        }
}
A new lipopeptide, ciliatamide D (1), was isolated from a marine sponge Stelletta sp., collected at Oshimashinsone, together with the known compound ciliatamide A (2). Ciliatamide D (1) is a congener of 2, in which N-Me-Phe is replaced by N-Me-Met(O). Marfey's analysis of the acid hydrolysate of 1 demonstrated that the two constituent amino acids were both in the l-form. This result prompted us to carefully investigate the configuration of 2, resulting in the assignment of the l-form for both… Expand
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