New diplosporin and agistatine derivatives produced by the fungal endophyte Xylaria sp. isolated from Vitis labrusca.
Ibrahim, A.A., Sørensen, D., Jenkins, H.A., McCarry, B.E., and Sumarah, M.W. (2014). "New diplosporin and agistatine derivatives produced by the fungal endophyte Xylaria sp. isolated from Vitis labrusca.", Phytochemistry Letters, 9(1), pp. 179-183.
A Xylaria sp. was isolated as an endophyte from a surface-sterilized Concord grape leaf (Vitis labrusca). Dereplication and LC–MS analysis of the filtrate extracts identified two new structures, compound 1, 13-O-methyl-(5R) diplosporin, and 2 a new agistatine. Additionally, five known compounds 3–7 including an agistatine, coriloxin, (5R)-diplosporin, and two mellein derivatives were also isolated. This is the first report of these structurally-related metabolites isolated from the same fungus, suggesting they share a related biosynthesis. Metabolites were isolated using liquid chromatography-solid phase extraction (LC-SPE) and semi-preparative HPLC. Structures were elucidated on the basis of 1D and 2D NMR analysis, HRMS measurements and X-ray structural analysis for compound 1.
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