Diterpenes from the Marine Algae of the Genus Dictyota
AbstractSpecies of the brown algae of the genus Dictyota are rich sources of bioactive secondary metabolites with diverse structural features. Excellent progress has been made in the discovery of diterpenes possessing broad chemical defensive activities from this genus. Most of these diterpenes exhibit significant biological activities, such as antiviral, cytotoxic and chemical defensive activities. In the present review, we summarized diterpenes isolated from the brown algae of the genus. View Full-Text
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Chen, J.; Li, H.; Zhao, Z.; Xia, X.; Li, B.; Zhang, J.; Yan, X. Diterpenes from the Marine Algae of the Genus Dictyota. Mar. Drugs 2018, 16, 159.
Chen J, Li H, Zhao Z, Xia X, Li B, Zhang J, Yan X. Diterpenes from the Marine Algae of the Genus Dictyota. Marine Drugs. 2018; 16(5):159.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Jiayun; Li, Hong; Zhao, Zishuo; Xia, Xue; Li, Bo; Zhang, Jinrong; Yan, Xiaojun. 2018. "Diterpenes from the Marine Algae of the Genus Dictyota." Mar. Drugs 16, no. 5: 159.
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