Discorhabdin alkaloids from the antarctic sponge latrunculia apicalis

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Abstract

  • An Antarctic collection of Latrunculia apicalis contained as its major secondary metabolite the pigment discorhabdin C as well as a previously unreported pigment, discorhabdin G. Discorhabdin alkaloids have a variety of pharmacological and ecological bioactivities, including the mediation of interactions with the potential predator Perknaster fuscus, a spongivorous sea star. © 1995, American Chemical Society. All rights reserved.
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  • Yang A; Baker BJ; Grimwade J; Leonard A; Mcclintock JB
  • Start Page

  • 1596
  • End Page

  • 1599
  • Volume

  • 58
  • Issue

  • 10