Quinolactacins revisited: from lactams to imide and beyond.

@article{Clark2006QuinolactacinsRF,
  title={Quinolactacins revisited: from lactams to imide and beyond.},
  author={Ben Clark and Robert J. Capon and Ernest Lacey and Shaun Tennant and Jennifer H. Gill},
  journal={Organic \& biomolecular chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={4 8},
  pages={
          1512-9
        }
}
Chemical analysis of a solid phase fermentation of an Australian Penicillium citrinum strain has returned all known examples of a rare class of N-methyl quinolone lactams, quinolactacins A2 (1), B2 (2), C2 (3) and A1 (4), together with the new quinolactacins B1 (5), C1 (6), D1 (7) and D2 (8), and the novel derivatives quinolonimide (9) and quinolonic acid (10). Complete stereostructures were assigned to all these compounds by detailed spectroscopic analysis and chemical interconversion… Expand
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