The Chemistry of Hapalindoles, Fischerindoles, Ambiguines, and Welwitindolinones.

@article{Bhat2014TheCO,
  title={The Chemistry of Hapalindoles, Fischerindoles, Ambiguines, and Welwitindolinones.},
  author={Vikram Bhat and Apurva A Dave and James A Mackay and Viresh H Rawal},
  journal={The Alkaloids. Chemistry and biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={73},
  pages={65-160}
}
Isolated from diverse cyanobacteria, the hapalindole family of indole alkaloids comprises over 80 interrelated natural products. The family is further divided into several subclasses including the hapalindoles, fischerindoles, ambiguines, and welwitindolinones, each sharing one or more of the many common structural motifs, including an indole or oxindole core, a highly functionalized cyclohexane unit fused to the indole at C-3, and the uncommon isonitrile or isothiocyanate functionalities… CONTINUE READING