Polycyclic Guanidine Alkaloids from Poecilosclerida Marine Sponges
AbstractSessile marine sponges provide an abundance of unique and diversified scaffolds. In particular, marine guanidine alkaloids display a very wide range of biological applications. A large number of cyclic guanidine alkaloids, including crambines, crambescins, crambescidins, batzelladines or netamins have been isolated from Poecilosclerida marine sponges. In this review, we will explore the chemodiversity of tri- and pentacyclic guanidine alkaloids. NMR and MS data tools will also be provided, and an overview of the wide range of bioactivities of crambescidins and batzelladines derivatives will be given. View Full-Text
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Sfecci, E.; Lacour, T.; Amade, P.; Mehiri, M. Polycyclic Guanidine Alkaloids from Poecilosclerida Marine Sponges. Mar. Drugs 2016, 14, 77.
Sfecci E, Lacour T, Amade P, Mehiri M. Polycyclic Guanidine Alkaloids from Poecilosclerida Marine Sponges. Marine Drugs. 2016; 14(4):77.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sfecci, Estelle; Lacour, Thierry; Amade, Philippe; Mehiri, Mohamed. 2016. "Polycyclic Guanidine Alkaloids from Poecilosclerida Marine Sponges." Mar. Drugs 14, no. 4: 77.
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