JBIR-54, a new 4-pyridinone derivative isolated from Penicillium daleae Zaleski fE50

@article{Mukai2009JBIR54AN,
  title={JBIR-54, a new 4-pyridinone derivative isolated from Penicillium daleae Zaleski fE50},
  author={A. Mukai and A. Nagai and Shigeki Inaba and M. Takagi and K. Shin-ya},
  journal={The Journal of Antibiotics},
  year={2009},
  volume={62},
  pages={705-706}
}
  • A. Mukai, A. Nagai, +2 authors K. Shin-ya
  • Published 2009
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of Antibiotics
  • Penicillium is a versatile ascomyceteous fungi. It causes opportunistic infections and putrefaction of foods. Penicillium species are known to produce more than 900 documented bioactive compounds.1 Furthermore, important pharmaceutical agents, namely, penicillins and compactin, have been isolated from Penicillium spp. We have reported that this fungus also produces valuable secondary metabolites, such as JBIR-12,2 JBIR-273 and JBIR-28.3 Therefore, we further screened for novel secondary… CONTINUE READING
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