Neamphamide B, new cyclic depsipeptide, as an anti-dormant mycobacterial substance from a Japanese marine sponge of Neamphius sp.

@article{Yamano2012NeamphamideBN,
  title={Neamphamide B, new cyclic depsipeptide, as an anti-dormant mycobacterial substance from a Japanese marine sponge of Neamphius sp.},
  author={Yoshiwo Yamano and Masayoshi Arai and Motomasa Kobayashi},
  journal={Bioorganic \& medicinal chemistry letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 14},
  pages={
          4877-81
        }
}
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