Metabolism in Porifera. VII. Conversion of [7,7-3H2]-fucosterol into calysterol by the spongeCalyx niceaensis

@article{Minale2005MetabolismIP,
  title={Metabolism in Porifera. VII. Conversion of [7,7-3H2]-fucosterol into calysterol by the spongeCalyx niceaensis},
  author={Luigi Minale and Raffaele Riccio and O. Scalona and Guido Sodano and Ernesto Fattorusso and Silvana Magno and Luciano Mayol and Ciro Santacroce},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={2005},
  volume={33},
  pages={1550-1552}
}
The spongeCalyx niceaensis metabolizes administered [7,7-3H2]-fucosterol to produce labelled calysterol, the principal sterol component of the sponge, possessing the unique feature of a cyclopropene ring bridging C23,24. 
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