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“…162 Nine years later, its structure was elucidated on the basis of NMR data and chemical transformations. 163,164 It is commonly produced by phylogenetically related Penicillium species. 165 Phomoeuphorbins A−D (221−224) are four azaphilone congeners isolated from cultures of Phomopsis euphorbiae, an endophytic fungus residing inside the petioles of the herbal medicine "maytansinoids-producing" Trewia nudiflora L. 166 The structures of 221−224 were established by means of spectroscopic analyses, including 2D NMR techniques.…”
Section: Pulvilloric Acid-type Azaphilonesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…162 Nine years later, its structure was elucidated on the basis of NMR data and chemical transformations. 163,164 It is commonly produced by phylogenetically related Penicillium species. 165 Phomoeuphorbins A−D (221−224) are four azaphilone congeners isolated from cultures of Phomopsis euphorbiae, an endophytic fungus residing inside the petioles of the herbal medicine "maytansinoids-producing" Trewia nudiflora L. 166 The structures of 221−224 were established by means of spectroscopic analyses, including 2D NMR techniques.…”
Section: Pulvilloric Acid-type Azaphilonesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pulvilloric acid ( 220 ), a yellow antibiotic, was isolated in 1957 from acidified culture filtrates of Penicillium pulvillorum . Nine years later, its structure was elucidated on the basis of NMR data and chemical transformations. , It is commonly produced by phylogenetically related Penicillium species …”
Section: Azaphilonesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, 9 was determined to form an adduct ( 10 ) with water at pH 7.4 . Pulvilloric acid ( 12 ) from Penicillium pulvillorum also had a quinone methide structure and readily formed adducts, such as CH 3 OH adduct ( 13 ) or EtOH adduct ( 14 ) . Herein, 1 and 2 were thought to be the addition products of CH 3 OH and EtOH from the same compound.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The remainder of the degradative pathway then followed fairly standard isotopic technics. The application of this series of reactions in biosynthetic experiments on pulvilloric acid formation is given in the accompanying paper (Tanenbaum and Nakajima, 1969). acetate-1-14C supplementation was subjected to a complete series of degradations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%