Steroids from Marine-Derived Fungi: Evaluation of Antiproliferative and Antimicrobial Activities of Eburicol

@article{Dias2019SteroidsFM,
  title={Steroids from Marine-Derived Fungi: Evaluation of Antiproliferative and Antimicrobial Activities of Eburicol},
  author={Ana Camila Dos Santos Dias and A. Couzinet-Mossion and Nicolas Ruiz and Fatima Lakhdar and S. Etahiri and S. Bertrand and L. Ory and C. Roussakis and Y. Pouchus and E. Nazih and G. Wielgosz-Collin},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2019},
  volume={17}
}
The most common sterol in fungi is ergosterol, which has frequently been investigated in human pathogenic fungal strains. This sterol, and others isolated from fungal strains, has also demonstrated cytotoxicity against cancer cell lines and antimicrobial activities. Marine fungi can produce high amounts of bioactive compounds. So, a screening was performed to study sterol composition using GC/MS in 19 marine fungal strains and ergosterol was always the major one. One strain, Clonostachys rosea… Expand

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