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Antiviral chlorinated claphnane diterpenoid orthoesters from the bark and wood of Trigonostemon cherrieri.
We have demonstrated that by using synthetic biology we can build a solar powered platform for production of key high-value compounds within the diterpenoid class in green cells (cyanobacteria/moss/algae).
We have previously studied the phytochemistry of the plant Plectranthus ecklonii which is characterized by a high abietane diterpenoid parvifloron D [2[alpha]-(4-hydroxy)-benzoyloxy-11-hydroxy-5, 7,9(11),13-abietatetraen-12-one] content (Simoes et al.
It is made from cis-abienol, a diterpenoid compound found in various plants including the balsam fir, but it's not a perfect solution.
Biochemistry and toxicology of the diterpenoid glycoside atractyloside.
The chemical constituents reported from this shrub belong to different classes, such as alkaloids, diterpenoid lactones, glycosides, steroids, sesquiterpenoid, phenolics, aliphatic compounds and polysaccharides.
Aerial part of the plant, used medicinally, contains a large number of chemical constituents, mainly lactones, diterpenoid, diterpene glycosides, flavonoids, and flavonoids glycosides.
The resins identified in sherds from Faverdale and Piercebridge are diterpenoid resins, from which the Pinaceae family (pine, cedar, fir) may be distinguished by the presence of components deriving from abietane and pimarane skeletons (Zavarin & Snajberk 1980; Evershed et al.
Chemistry and Biological Activity of Diterpenoid Alkaloids
Triptolide and tripdiolide, novel antileukemic diterpenoid triepoxides from Tripterygium wiifordii.
Taxol's unique structure - a diterpenoid compound with a core taxane ring, a rare four-membered oxetane ring, and an ester side chainpointed toward a previously unrecognized anticancer mechanism.
A new diterpenoid component torreyagrandate from leaves of Torreya grandis Fort.
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