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mphidinolide P from the Brazilian octocoral Stragulum bicolor hiciana

@inproceedings{Sousaa2015mphidinolidePF,
  title={mphidinolide P from the Brazilian octocoral Stragulum bicolor hiciana},
  author={S. Sousaa and Genoveffa Nuzzob and M. Torresa and Norberto P. Lopesc and Adele Cutignanob and C. Jimenezd and Evelyne A. Santosa and Bruno A. Gomesa and Angela Sardob and Otilia D. L. Pessoaa and V. Costa-Lotufoe and A. Fontanaa},
  year={2015}
}
Dinoflagellates are an important source of unique bioactive secondary metabolites. Symbiotic species, commonly named zooxanthellae, transfer most of their photosynthetically fixed carbon to their host. The mutualistic relationship provides the organic metabolites used for energy production but there are very few reports of the role of the dinoflagellates in the production of secondary metabolites in the symbiotic association. Corals and other related cnidarians are the most well-known animals… Expand

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