Young Park - Metabolites from the Marine-Derived Fungus Chromocleista sp. Isolated from a Deep-Water Sediment Sample Collected in the Gulf of Mexico

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      Abstract:

      As part of our ongoing chemical investigation of biologically   active metabolites from marine fungi, three new compounds,   p-hydroxyphenopyrrozin (1) and   diketopiperazines (3, 4), have   been isolated from the marine-derived fungus   Chromocleista sp. In addition, the fungus gave the known   compound phenopyrrozin (2), four known   diketopiperazines (69),   N-acetyltryptamine (10), and agathic   acid (11). Another new diketopiperazine   (5) was separated and identified as a   decomposition product of 3 and   4. The structures of the new metabolites were   determined on the basis of mass spectroscopy, NMR experiments,   and derivatization methods. The absolute configuration of   1 was determined by X-ray crystallography   studies.

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