Structural and biosynthetic studies on eremophilenols related to the phytoalexin capsidiol, produced by Botrytis cinerea.

@article{Surez2018StructuralAB,
  title={Structural and biosynthetic studies on eremophilenols related to the phytoalexin capsidiol, produced by Botrytis cinerea.},
  author={I. Su{\'a}rez and Gesiane da Silva Lima and Raphael Conti and Cristina Pinedo and Javier Moraga and J. Bar{\'u}a and A. C. D. de Oliveira and J. Aleu and R. Dur{\'a}n-Patr{\'o}n and A. J. Mac{\'i}as-S{\'a}nchez and J. R. Hanson and M{\^o}nica Tallarico Pupo and R. Hern{\'a}ndez-Gal{\'a}n and I. G. Collado},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2018},
  volume={154},
  pages={
          10-18
        }
}
A thorough study of the fermentation broth of three strains of Botrytis cinerea which were grown on a modified Czapek-Dox medium supplemented with 5 ppm copper sulphate, yielded five undescribed metabolites. These metabolites possessed a sesquiterpenoid (+)-4-epi-eremophil-9-ene carbon skeleton which was enantiomeric to that of the phytoalexin, capsidiol. The isolation of these metabolites when the fungus was stressed, suggests that they may be potential effectors used by B. cinerea to… Expand

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