Casbane Diterpenes from Red Sea Coral Sinularia polydactyla
AbstractThe soft coral genus Sinularia is a rich source of bioactive metabolites containing a diverse array of chemical structures. A solvent extract of Sinularia polydactyla resulted in the isolation of three new casbane diterpenes: sinularcasbane M (1), sinularcasbane N (2) and sinularcasbane O (3); in addition, known metabolites (4–5) were isolated. Compounds were elucidated on the basis of spectroscopic analyses; the absolute configuration was confirmed by X-ray analysis. View Full-Text
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Hegazy, M.-E.F.; Mohamed, T.A.; Elshamy, A.I.; Al-Hammady, M.A.; Ohta, S.; Paré, P.W. Casbane Diterpenes from Red Sea Coral Sinularia polydactyla. Molecules 2016, 21, 308.
Hegazy M-EF, Mohamed TA, Elshamy AI, Al-Hammady MA, Ohta S, Paré PW. Casbane Diterpenes from Red Sea Coral Sinularia polydactyla. Molecules. 2016; 21(3):308.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hegazy, Mohamed-Elamir F.; Mohamed, Tarik A.; Elshamy, Abdelsamed I.; Al-Hammady, Montaser A.; Ohta, Shinji; Paré, Paul W. 2016. "Casbane Diterpenes from Red Sea Coral Sinularia polydactyla." Molecules 21, no. 3: 308.
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