Thalassospiramide G, a New γ-Amino-Acid-Bearing Peptide from the Marine Bacterium Thalassospira sp

@article{Um2013ThalassospiramideGA,
  title={Thalassospiramide G, a New $\gamma$-Amino-Acid-Bearing Peptide from the Marine Bacterium Thalassospira sp},
  author={S. Um and Y. Pyee and Eun-hee Kim and S. Lee and Jongheon Shin and D. Oh},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={611 - 622}
}
In the chemical investigation of marine unicellular bacteria, a new peptide, thalassospiramide G (1), along with thalassospiramides A and D (2–3), was discovered from a large culture of Thalassospira sp. The structure of thalassospiramide G, bearing γ-amino acids, such as 4-amino-5-hydroxy-penta-2-enoic acid (AHPEA), 4-amino-3,5-dihydroxy-pentanoic acid (ADPA), and unique 2-amino-1-(1H-indol-3-yl)ethanone (AIEN), was determined via extensive spectroscopic analysis. The absolute configuration of… Expand
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