alexa A bioactive secosterol with an unusual A- and B-ring oxygenation pattern isolated from an Indonesian soft coral Lobophytum sp.
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Medicinal Chemistry

Author(s): Morris LA, Christie EM, Jaspars M, van Ofwegen LP

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Abstract A secosterol with a gorgosterol side chain and an unusual oxygenation pattern on the A and B rings was isolated from an Indonesian soft coral Lobophytum sp. The A and B rings of the reported compound 1 have hydroxyl groups at C-3 and C-7 and an epoxide ring at C-5-C-6. The structures of 1 was solved by 2D NMR methods and by chemical shift analogy to the known secogorgosterol 2. Compound 1 was found to have activity against human ovarian tumor and human leukemia cell lines. This article was published in J Nat Prod and referenced in Medicinal Chemistry

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