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Bromocyclococanol, a halogenated sesquiterpene with a novel carbon skeleton from the red alga Laurencia obtusa

AuthorsBrito, Inmaculada ; Cueto, Mercedes ; Dorta, Enrique ; Darias, José
KeywordsMarine sesquiterpene
Fused cyclopropane–cyclopentane rings
Novel skeleton
Issue Date6-Mar-2002
CitationTetrahedron Letters 43(14): 2551-2553 (2002)
AbstractA bromo sesquiterpene, bromocyclococanol 1, containing fused cyclopropane–cyclopentane rings leading a novel carbon skeleton has been isolated from the red alga Laurencia obtusa. The structure and stereochemistry were established by spectroscopic evidence and biogenetic considerations. A biogenetic route for this compound has also been proposed.
The structure, configuration and possible biogenesis for bromocyclococanol 1 are described.
Description3 pages, 2 figures, 1 table.-- Printed version published Apr 1, 2002.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4039(02)00332-5
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