Metabolites from the Sponge-Associated Bacterium Pseudomonas Species

  title={Metabolites from the Sponge-Associated Bacterium Pseudomonas Species},
  author={Val{\'e}rie Bultel-Ponc{\'e} and Jean Pascal Berg{\'e} and C{\'e}cile Debitus and Jean Louis Nicolas and Mich{\`e}le Guyot},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
Abstract: Quinolones and a phosphatidyl glyceride were isolated from the sponge-associated bacterial strain Pseudomonas sp. Structures were elucidated by spectroscopic analysis and chemical transformations. 

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