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Isolation of the cembranolide diterpenes dihydrosinularin and 11-epi-sinulariolide from the marine mollusk Planaxis sulcatus

Journal of Natural Products

Jul 1, 1986

R SandujaG E Martin

PMID: 3783170

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Marine mollusks have been identified as a rich source of novel compounds. The diversity of the chemical nature of these compounds can be partially attributed to the dietary sources inasmuch as mollusks are known to concentrate selectively compounds present in their diet. Although cembra...read more

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Isolation of the cembranolide diterpenes dihydrosinularin and 11-epi-sinulariolide from the marine mollusk Planaxis sulcatus

Journal of Natural Products

Jul 1, 1986

R SandujaG E Martin

PMID: 3783170

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Abstract

Marine mollusks have been identified as a rich source of novel compounds. The diversity of the chemical nature of these compounds can be partially attributed to the dietary sources inasmuch as mollusks are known to concentrate selectively compounds present in their diet. Although cembra...read more

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Antineoplastic Agents
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Sinulariolide
Lymphoid Leukemia

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