Studies on Polyethers Produced by Red Algae
AbstractTwo novel squalene-derived triterpenes, spirodehydrovenustatriol (3) and 14-keto-dehydrothyrsiferol (4) were isolated from the red alga Laurencia viridis, together with two new and unusual C17 terpenoids, adejen A (5) and B (6). These truncated structures possess structural similarities with other known squalene metabolites and their biogenetic origin has been proposed on the basis of an oxidative process of the squalene skeleton. All the structures were elucidated by extensive use of 2D NMR spectroscopic methods. View Full-Text
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Cen-Pacheco, F.; Nordström, L.; Souto, M.L.; Martín, M.N.; Fernández, J.J.; Daranas, A.H. Studies on Polyethers Produced by Red Algae. Mar. Drugs 2010, 8, 1178-1188.
Cen-Pacheco F, Nordström L, Souto ML, Martín MN, Fernández JJ, Daranas AH. Studies on Polyethers Produced by Red Algae. Marine Drugs. 2010; 8(4):1178-1188.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cen-Pacheco, Francisco; Nordström, Laurette; Souto, María Luisa; Martín, Manuel Norte; Fernández, José Javier; Daranas, Antonio Hernández. 2010. "Studies on Polyethers Produced by Red Algae." Mar. Drugs 8, no. 4: 1178-1188.