Sterol Ring System Oxidation Pattern in Marine Sponges

@article{Sarma2005SterolRS,
  title={Sterol Ring System Oxidation Pattern in Marine Sponges},
  author={N. Sarma and M. S. Krishna and S. R. Rao},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={84 - 111}
}
The marine sponges (Porifera) are a unique group of sedentary organisms from which several novel natural products are reported, many of which have useful biological activities. In producing unusual sterols, they occupy a preeminent position among the various groups of organisms. The polar sterols of sponges reported as at the end of the year 2002 number about 250; their ring structure changing a hundred times. The oxidation pattern in the sterol ring system, from the point of view of biogenesis… Expand
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