Isolation of two new terpeptin analogs—JBIR-81 and JBIR-82—from a seaweed-derived fungus, Aspergillus sp. SpD081030G1f1

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The marine environment has recently been described as a source of novel chemical diversity for drug discovery, as many bioactive substances are isolated from marine organisms, including phytoplankton, algae, sponges, tunicates and mollusks.1 Our group has reported the isolation of azaspiracid-222 and JBIR-443 from marine sponges. Microorganisms from marine… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ja.2010.57

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