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Epipyrone (EPN)-A (syn. orevactaene) is a polyketide compound of 3-d-galactosyl-4-hydroxy-2-pyrone with a modified heptaene acyl… Expand
The extraction of bioactive compounds such as pigments from natural sources, using different solvents, is a vital… Expand Orevactaene and epipyrone A were previously thought to comprise the same polyunsaturated tail but notably different C… Expand Production of pigments by filamentous fungi is gaining interest owing to their use as food colourants, in cosmetics and textiles… Expand Total Synthesis and Late Stage Modification of (‒)-5,6-Dihydrocineromycin B (‒)-Dihydrocineromycin B (I, Scheme 1) is a 14… Expand Abstract
A newly isolated fungus Penicillium verruculosum SG was evaluated for the production and characterization of bioactive… Expand The synthesis of the C18-C31 subunit of orevactaene (1) in an enantioselective and convergent manner is reported. Four chiral… Expand