Fumiquinazoline C

Toxin: 

n

Trivial name: 

Spiro[9H-​imidazo[1,​2-​a]​indole-​9,​3'-​[1,​5]​(iminomethano)​[3H]​[1,​4]​oxazepino[3,​4-​b]​quinazoline]​-​3,​7',​13'(1'H,​2H)​-​trione, 1,​4',​5',​9a-​tetrahydro-​1',​2-​dimethyl-​, [1'R-​[1'α,​3'β(2S*,​9aS*)​,​5'α]​]​-; (-​)​-​Fumiquinazoline C; Fumiquinazoline C

Systematic name: 

Spiro[9H-​imidazo[1,​2-​a]​indole-​9,​3'-​[1,​5]​(iminomethano)​[3H]​[1,​4]​oxazepino[3,​4-​b]​quinazoline]​-​3,​7',​13'(1'H,​2H)​-​trione, 1,​4',​5',​9a-​tetrahydro-​1',​2-​dimethyl-​, (1'R,​2S,​3'R,​5'S,​9aS)​-

Molecular formulae: 

C24H21N5O4

Molecular weight: 

443.46

Chem abstract number: 

140924-01-2

Literature reference: 

Structures of cytotoxic substances and new quinazoline derivatives produced by a fungus from a saltwater fish. Numata, Atsushi; Takahashi, Chika; Miyamoto, Tamie; Matsushita, Tomochika; Kawai, Kenzo; Usami, Yoshihide; Matsumura, Eiko; Inoue, Masatoshi; Ohishi, Hirofumi; Shingu, Tetsuro. Tennen Yuki Kagobutsu Toronkai Koen Yoshishu (1991), 33rd, 723-30. Fumiquinazolines A-​G, novel metabolites of a fungus separated from a Pseudolabrus marine fish. Takahashi, Chika; Matsushita, Tomochika; Doi, Mitsunobu; Minoura, Katsuhiko; Shingu, Tetsuro; Kumeda, Yuko; Numata, Atsushi. Journal of the...

Structure image: 

Aspergillus Species known to produce this metabolite: 

Date uploaded: 

2011-10-19 11:23:51