Methyl-sulochrin

ID 2: 622

Toxin: y

Trivial name: m-​Anisic acid, 5-​hydroxy-​2-​(6-​methoxy-​2,​4-​cresotoyl)​-​, methyl ester (7CI,​8CI); 1,​2-​Secotrypacidin; Methylsulochrin; Monomethylsulochrin; Sulochrin, methyl-

Systematic name:

Benzoic acid, 5-​hydroxy-​2-​(2-​hydroxy-​6-​methoxy-​4-​methylbenzoyl)​-​3-​methoxy-​, methyl ester

Molecular formulae: 

C18H18O7

Molecular weight: 346.33

Chemical abstract number: 10056-14-1

Literature reference:

  • The production of trypacidin and monomethylsulochrin by Aspergillus fumigatus. Turner, W. B. Journal of the Chemical Society (1965), (Nov.), 6658-9.
    Secondary metabolites of Aspergillus fumigatus var. fumigatus. Lu, Chun-Hua; Huang, Yao-Jian; Shen, Yue-Mao. Zhongguo Tianran Yaowu (2005), 3(5), 269-271.
    A new diphenyl ether from marine-​derived fungus Aspergillus sp. B-​F-​2. Liu, Rui; Zhu, Weiming; Zhang, Yapeng; Zhu, Tianjiao; Liu, Hongbing; Fang, Yuchun; Gu, Qianqun. Journal of Antibiotics (2006), 59(6), 362-365.

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Date uploaded: 2009-01-15 21:37:27


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