Quinoline and naphthalene derivatives from Saccharopolyspora sp. YIM M13568

  title={Quinoline and naphthalene derivatives from Saccharopolyspora sp. YIM M13568},
  author={Mingwei Sun and Jinhuan Ou and Wenjun Li and Chunhua Lu},
  journal={The Journal of Antibiotics},
Quinoline, a well-known heterocyclic compound, itself has few applications; however, many of its derivatives are useful in diverse therapeutic applications,1,2 such as antimalarials (Quinine and Quinidine), antiviral (Saquinavir) and anticancer (Camptothecin, Irinotecan and Topotecan).3 Over the past decades, the syntheses and the biological activities of quinoline-5,8-diones have been reported.2,4,5 In addition, various functionalized quinoline-5,8-dione moieties are present in many classes of… 

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