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1.820 Aktuelle Fachpublikationen in Journal of Natural Productsrss
24.07.2015 | Andrew M. Beekman; Stewart W. Wossa; Oromo Kevo; Paul Ma; Russell A. Barrow, Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Journal of Natural Products DOI: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.5b00202
23.07.2015 | Lilibeth A. Salvador-Reyes; Jennifer Sneed; Valerie J. Paul; Hendrik Luesch, Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Cytotoxicity-guided fractionation of a Guamanian cyanobacterial collection yielded the new compounds amantelides A (1) and B (2). These polyketides are characterized by a 40-membered macrolactone ring consisting of a 1,3-diol and contiguous 1,5-diol units and a tert-butyl substituent. Amantelide ...
23.07.2015 | Andrew W. Robertson; Camilo F. Martinez-Farina; Raymond T. Syvitski; David L. Jakeman, Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Journal of Natural Products DOI: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.5b00277
22.07.2015 | Cheng-Zhen Gu; Jun-Jiang Lv; Xiao-Xia Zhang; Yi-Jun Qiao; Hui Yan; Yan Li; Dong Wang; Hong-Tao Zhu; Huai-Rong Luo; C ..., Journal of Natural Products, 2015
The roots of Panax notoginseng, an important Chinese medicinal plant, have been used traditionally in both the raw and processed forms, due to the different chemical constituents and bioactivities found. Thirty-eight dammarane-type triterpenoid saponins were isolated from the steam-processed ...
22.07.2015 | An Jin; Wen-Ming Wu; Heng-Yi Yu; Ming Zhou; Ye Liu; Tian Tian; Han-Li Ruan, Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Twenty-two new highly oxygenated bisabolane-type sesquiterpenoids, pararubin A–V (1–22), were isolated from the whole plant of Parasenecio rubescens. The structure determination of 1–22, including the assignment of their relative configurations, was accomplished by extensive 1D and 2D NMR ...
21.07.2015 | Sabine Montaut; Wei-Dong Zhang; Jean-Marc Nuzillard; Gina R. De Nicola; Patrick Rollin, Journal of Natural Products, 2015
The glucosinolate (GL) profile in several plant parts (leaf, branch, bark, root, and fruit) of Bretschneidera sinensis from three geographical regions of the People’s Republic of China was established for the first time by HPLC. During this investigation, benzyl GL (1), 4-hydroxybenzyl GL (2), ...
20.07.2015 | Vincent P. Sica; Huzefa A. Raja; Tamam El-Elimat; Vilmos Kertesz; Gary J. Van Berkel; Cedric J. Pearce; Nicholas H. ..., Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Ambient ionization mass spectrometry techniques have recently become prevalent in natural product research due to their ability to examine secondary metabolites in situ. These techniques retain invaluable spatial and temporal details that are lost through traditional extraction processes. ...
20.07.2015 | Cássia Calixto-Campos; Thacyana T. Carvalho; Miriam S. N. Hohmann; Felipe A. Pinho-Ribeiro; Victor Fattori; Marília ..., Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Vanillic acid (1) is a flavoring agent found in edible plants and fruits. It is an oxidized form of vanillin. Phenolic compounds form a substantial part of plant foods used as antioxidants with beneficial biological activities. These compounds have received considerable attention because of their ...
20.07.2015 | Katharina Walburga von Bargen; Eva-Maria Niehaus; Isabel Krug; Klaus Bergander; Ernst-Ulrich Würthwein; Bettina Tudz ..., Journal of Natural Products, 2015
Fusarium fujikuroi is a member of the Gibberella fujikuroi species complex and well known for the production of gibberellins and mycotoxins including fusarins and fusaric acid. A recent genome sequencing study revealed that the fungus has the genetic potential to produce many more secondary ...
17.07.2015 | Gang Li; Souvik Kusari; Parijat Kusari; Oliver Kayser; Michael Spiteller, Journal of Natural Products, 2015
A new lanostanoid, 19-nor-lanosta-5(10),6,8,24-tetraene-1α,3β,12β,22S-tetraol (1), characterized by the presence of an aromatic B ring and hydroxylated at C-1, C-3, C-12, and C-22, was isolated from an endophytic fungus, Diaporthe sp. LG23, inhabiting leaves of the Chinese medicinal plant Mahonia ...