Monobromoisophakellin, a new bromopyrrole alkaloid from the Caribbean sponge Agelas sp.


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A detailed analysis of the chemical constituents of a Caribbean specimen of Agelas sp. was carried out. Four brominated compounds (1-4) were isolated and one of them was identified as a new bromopyrrole metabolite, monobromoisophakellin (1). The structure of 1 was established from spectral studies. All compounds were tested for their antifeedant activity against the Caribbean reef fish Thalassoma bifasciatum in an aquarium assay.



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Assmann, M. and Köck, M. (2002): Monobromoisophakellin, a new bromopyrrole alkaloid from the Caribbean sponge Agelas sp. , Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C - a Journal of Biosciencesc, 57 , pp. 153-156 .


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