Macrolepiotin, a new indole alkaloid from Macrolepiota neomastoidea

@article{Kim2009MacrolepiotinAN,
  title={Macrolepiotin, a new indole alkaloid from Macrolepiota neomastoidea},
  author={Ki Hyun Kim and Kimoon Park and Sang-Un Choi and Kang Ro Lee},
  journal={The Journal of Antibiotics},
  year={2009},
  volume={62},
  pages={335-338}
}
The fungi of the genus, Macrolepiota, are grouped under the family Agaricaceae (division Basidiomycota) and comprise B20 species. Various biological activities of the genus, Macrolepiota, have been reported, including anti-microbial, antioxidant and enzyme (trypsin, monophenolase) activities.1–5 However, few species have been studied with regard to their secondary metabolites. Only several free amino acids, fatty acids and sterols have been reported from Macrolepiota excoriata, Macrolepiota… 
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