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A Botryane Metabolite with a New Hexacyclic Skeleton from an Entomogenous Fungus Hypocrea sp.
Yuan, YF; Feng, Y; Ren, FX; Niu, SB; Liu, XZ; Che, YS
2013
Source PublicationORGANIC LETTERS
ISSN1523-7060
Volume15Issue:23Pages:6050-6053
AbstractHypocrolide A (1), a botryane metabolite with a new hexacyclic skeleton, was isolated from cultures of the entomogenous fungus Hypocrea sp. The proposed structure was confirmed by X-ray crystallography using Cu K alpha radiation. The mixed-biogenetic skeleton could be derived from the hypothetical precursors related to coumarin and dihydrobotrydiol, and the latter may be derived from the coisolated 10-oxodehydrodihydrobotrydial (2) or a similar analogue.
KeywordBotrytis-cinerea Phytotoxic Metabolites Plant-tissues 4-hydroxycoumarin Sesquiterpenoids Chromones
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/10227
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Yuan, YF,Feng, Y,Ren, FX,et al. A Botryane Metabolite with a New Hexacyclic Skeleton from an Entomogenous Fungus Hypocrea sp.[J]. ORGANIC LETTERS,2013,15(23):6050-6053.
APA Yuan, YF,Feng, Y,Ren, FX,Niu, SB,Liu, XZ,&Che, YS.(2013).A Botryane Metabolite with a New Hexacyclic Skeleton from an Entomogenous Fungus Hypocrea sp..ORGANIC LETTERS,15(23),6050-6053.
MLA Yuan, YF,et al."A Botryane Metabolite with a New Hexacyclic Skeleton from an Entomogenous Fungus Hypocrea sp.".ORGANIC LETTERS 15.23(2013):6050-6053.
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