New Cytotoxic Secondary Metabolites from Marine Bryozoan Cryptosula pallasiana

@article{Tian2017NewCS,
  title={New Cytotoxic Secondary Metabolites from Marine Bryozoan Cryptosula pallasiana},
  author={Xiang-rong Tian and Yan-Qing Gao and Xiaolin Tian and Jiao Li and Hai-Feng Tang and Yu-Shan Li and Hou‐Wen Lin and Zhi-Qing Ma},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2017},
  volume={15}
}
A new sterol, (23R)-methoxycholest-5,24-dien-3β-ol (1), two new ceramides, (2S,3R,4E,8E)-2-(tetradecanoylamino)-4,8-octadecadien-l,3-diol (6) and (2S,3R,2′R,4E,8E)-2-(tetradecanoylamino)-4,8-octadecadien-l,3,2′-triol (7), together with three known sterols (2–4), a lactone (5) and two ceramides (8,9), were isolated from the marine bryozoan Cryptosula pallasiana, collected at Huang Island of China. The structures of the new compounds were elucidated by extensive spectroscopic analyses, chemical… Expand
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