Natural Products from Marine Fungi

Natural Products from Marine Fungi

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Marine fungal natural products are well-known as the “blue gold,” as they have been promising leads for drug discovery and development. Even though marine fungi are less explored in comparison to their terrestrial counterparts, a number of useful hits have been obtained from a drug discovery perspective. Topics discussed in this book include a review on novel natural products from extremophilic fungi, secondary metabolites from deep-sea fungi; natural products from fungi in a symbiotic relationship with marine macro-organisms; and bioactive metabolites from sediment-derived fungi. Marine biologists, chemists, and pharmacologists will find the book a good reference material. The book covers various bioactive marine fungal natural products, and it is hoped that this book aids scientists explore fungal chemical diversity.

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  • Adipogenesis
  • Alternaria sp.
  • anthraquinone derivatives
  • anti-angiogenesis
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antibacterial
  • antibacterial activities
  • Apocynum venetum
  • Aspergillus versicolor
  • aspochalasin
  • benzophenone derivatives
  • biological activity
  • bis-alkenoic acid esters
  • cytotoxic activities
  • cytotoxic activity
  • Cytotoxicity
  • deep-sea derived fungus
  • diketopiperazine
  • Endophytic fungus
  • eremophilane derivative
  • extremophilic fungi
  • fusaridioic acid A
  • Fusarium solani H915
  • fusariumester A1
  • fusariumester A2
  • fusariumester B
  • gut fungus
  • herqueinones
  • isocoumarinoids
  • marine-derived fungi
  • marine-derived fungus
  • meroterpenoids
  • Myrothecium sp.
  • n/a
  • Natural Products
  • nitrogen-containing sorbicillinoids
  • Penicillium sp.
  • perylenequinone derivatives
  • phenalenones
  • Phialocephala sp.
  • Phomopsis lithocarpus
  • radical scavenging activity
  • Reference, information & interdisciplinary subjects
  • Research & information: general
  • salt-resistant plant
  • sponge-derived fungus
  • Sporendonema casei
  • tea pathogenic fungi inhibitory effect
  • tricyclic fused
  • X-ray single crystal diffraction
  • α-glucosidase inhibitors


DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03936-773-3


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