Quinolidomicins Al, A2 and B1, novel 60-membered macrolide antibiotics. II. Structure elucidation.:II. STRUCTURE ELUCIDATION

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    • HAYAKAWA YOICHI
    • Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biosciencesft, The University of Tokyo
    • SHIN-YA KAZUO
    • Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biosciencesft, The University of Tokyo
    • SETO HARUO
    • Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biosciencesft, The University of Tokyo

Abstract

The structures of novel macrolide antibiotics, quinolidomicins A<sub>1</sub>, A<sub>2</sub> and B<sub>1</sub>, were elucidated as shown in Fig. 1 by NMR spectral analysis including a variety of two-dimensional techniques. The quinolidomicins possess a novel 60-membered macrolide ring, which is to our knowledge the largest among natural products.

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  • The Journal of Antibiotics

    The Journal of Antibiotics 46(10), 1563-1569, 1993

    JAPAN ANTIBIOTICS RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

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