Synthesis of the Marine Pyrroloiminoquinone Alkaloids, Discorhabdins

@article{Wada2010SynthesisOT,
  title={Synthesis of the Marine Pyrroloiminoquinone Alkaloids, Discorhabdins},
  author={Yasufumi Wada and Hiromichi Fujioka and Yasuyuki Kita},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2010},
  volume={8},
  pages={1394 - 1416}
}
Many natural products with biologically interesting structures have been isolated from marine animals and plants such as sponges, corals, worms, etc. Some of them are discorhabdin alkaloids. The discorhabdin alkaloids (discorhabdin A-X), isolated from marine sponges, have a unique structure with azacarbocyclic spirocyclohexanone and pyrroloiminoquinone units. Due to their prominent potent antitumor activity, discorhabdins have attracted considerable attention. Many studies have been reported… 

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