Punctaporonins A, D, E, and F (antibiotics M95464, M167906, M171950, and M189122), isomeric allylic alcohols from the fungus Poronia punctata: X-ray crystal structures of D and of E acetonide.

  title={Punctaporonins A, D, E, and F (antibiotics M95464, M167906, M171950, and M189122), isomeric allylic alcohols from the fungus Poronia punctata: X-ray crystal structures of D and of E acetonide.},
  author={Jeffrey Philip Macclesfield Poyser and Raymond L. Edwards and J R Anderson and M Hursthouse and Nigel P. C. Walker and George M Sheldrick and Anthony J. S. Whalley},
  journal={The Journal of antibiotics},
  volume={39 1},

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