Astonishing diversity of natural surfactants: 2. Polyether glycosidic ionophores and macrocyclic glycosides

Lipids
Valery M Dembitsky

Abstract

Polyether glycosidic ionophores and macrocyclic glycosides are of great interest, especially for the medicinal and pharmaceutical industries. These biologically active natural surfactants are good prospects for the future chemical preparation of compounds useful as antibiotics, anticancer agents, or in industry. More than 300 interesting and unusual natural surfactants are described in this review article, including their chemical structures and biological activities.

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