Cryptoechinuline D

Trivial name:

Benzaldehyde, 2-​[(1E)​-​2-​[(3Z,​6R,​7R,​10S)​-​3-​[[2-​(1,​1-​dimethyl-​2-​propenyl)​-​1H-​indol-​3-​yl]​methylene]​-​10-​methyl-​2,​5-​dioxo-​1,​4-​diazaspiro[5.5]​undec-​8-​en-​7-​yl]​ethenyl]​-​3,​6-​dihydroxy-​5-​(3-​methyl-​2-​butenyl)​-​, rel- (9CI); 1,​4-​Diazaspiro[5.5]​undecane, benzaldehyde deriv.; (±)​-​Cryptoechinuline D; Cryptoechinuline D

Systematic name:

Benzaldehyde, 2-​[(1E)​-​2-​[(3Z,​6R,​7R,​10S)​-​3-​[[2-​(1,​1-​dimethyl-​2-​propen-​1-​yl)​-​1H-​indol-​3-​yl]​methylene]​-​10-​methyl-​2,​5-​dioxo-​1,​4-​diazaspiro[5.5]​undec-​8-​en-​7-​yl]​ethenyl]​-​3,​6-​dihydroxy-​5-​(3-​methyl-​2-​buten-​1-​yl)​-​, rel-

Molecular formulae: 

C38 H41 N3 O5

Molecular weight: 619.75

Chemical abstract number: 58098-50-3

Literature reference:

  • New minor metabolites as Aspergillus amstelodami. Cardillo, Rosanna; Fuganti, Claudio; Ghiringhelli, Dario; Grasselli, Piero. Chimica e l’Industria (Milan, Italy) (1975), 57(10), 678-9.
    Structure determination of two extractives from Aspergillus amstelodami by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Gatti, Giuseppe; Cardillo, Rosanna; Fuganti, Claudio; Ghiringhelli, Dario. Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1976), (12), 435-6.

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