Austalide N

Systematic name: 5H-​3,​5a-​Epoxy-​12H-​furo[3,​4-​i]​oxepino[4,​3-​a]​xanthen-​12-​one, 14-​(acetyloxy)​-​1,​2,​3,​6,​7,​7a,​10,​14,​14a,​14b-​decahydro-​6-​hydroxy-​3,​13-​dimethoxy-​5,​5,​7a,​9,​14b-​pentamethyl-​, (3S,​5aR,​6R,​7aS,​14S,​14aS,​14bR)​-

Molecular formulae: 


Molecular weight: 532.58

Chemical abstract number: 1352575-39-3

Literature reference:

  • New Austalides from the Sponge-​Associated Fungus Aspergillus sp. Zhou, Yaming; Mandi, Attila; Debbab, Abdessamad; Wray, Victor; Schulz, Barbara; Mueller, Werner E. G.; Lin, Wen Han; Proksch, Peter; Kurtan, Tibor; Aly, Amal H. European Journal of Organic Chemistry (2011), 2011(30), 6009-6019, S6009/1-S6009/4.
    Marine bacterial inhibitors from the sponge-​derived fungus Aspergillus sp. Zhou, Yaming; Debbab, Abdessamad; Wray, Victor; Lin, WenHan; Schulz, Barbara; Trepos, Rozenn; Pile, Claire; Hellio, Claire; Proksch, Peter; Aly, Amal H. Tetrahedron Letters (2014), 55(17), 2789-2792.

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