Microbiological transformation of manoyl oxide derivatives by Mucor plumbeus.


Biotransformations of jhanol (18-hydroxymanoyl oxide) (2), jhanidiol (1beta,18-dihydroxymanoyl oxide) (3), and 1-oxo-jhanol (1-oxo-18-hydroxymanoyl oxide) (4) by the fungus Mucor plumbeus have been studied. In the incubation of 2 there exists a preference for hydroxylation at C-2(alpha) (8) and C-6(beta) (9-11) and, to a lesser degree, at C-1(alpha) (7), C… (More)


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