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Secondary metabolites isolated in this study from P. longicirrum.
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Structures of secondary metabolites from P. longicirrum as described by Coll et al. in 1985 .
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Significant 1H,1H COSY correlations as found in compound 1.
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Secosterols [22,24] related to 3β,5α,6β-trihydroxy-9-oxo-9,11-secogorgostan-11-ol (1) from P. longicirrum.
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Conformational structure of 1 (key NOESY correlations are indicated with blue arrows; coupling cons...
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Structure of cembranoid 5. 1H,1H spin systems (A, B and C) are indicated in bold, arrows show key H...
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Compound 5 and the most closely related cembranoids from soft corals.
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Proposed configuration and selected NOE correlations of bisepoxide 12 (key NOE correlations are ind...
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Structures of bisglaucumlids A–C (23–25).
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Proposed configuration of the eastern part (rings B, C and D) of isobisglaucumlides B and C (14 and ...
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Effect of Phyllodesmium metabolites in different concentrations on predation by Canthigaster soland...
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Phylogenetic tree of octocorals relevant as putative food sources for Phyllodesmium spp. Phylogram ...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 502–519, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.50
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