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Bolineol, a novel co-metabolite of strobilurins A, F and G from Bolinea lutea

Bedford, Colin T. and Perry, David and Sharma, Rajnesh K. (2008) Bolineol, a novel co-metabolite of strobilurins A, F and G from Bolinea lutea. Natural Product Research, 22 (17). pp. 1535-1539. ISSN 1478-6419

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14786410802176737

Abstract

A mycelial co-metabolite of strobilurin A, F and G from Bolinea lutea, which we have named bolineol, has been characterised for the first time. Bolineol (methyl 2-hydroxymethyl-3-methyl-6-phenyl-3Z,5E-hexadienoate) has a similar carbon skeleton to strobilurin A but differs in oxidation level. Its structure has been deduced from its spectral characteristics and those of its acetate. The known compound strobilurin F-1 (methyl 2-methoxymethylene-3-methyl-6-(3'-hydroxyphenyl)-3Z,5E-hexadienoate) has been detected in this organism for the first time and converted into its acetate, a new compound, the structure of which was assigned from its spectral data.

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