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An Acetylenic Alkaloid from the Calcareous Sponge Leucetta sp.

By Idam Hermawan, Nicole J. de Voogd and Junichi Tanaka

Abstract

A new acetylenic alkaloid was isolated from the sponge Leucetta sp. The structure was established by analyzing spectroscopic data. The alkaloid showed cytotoxicity IC50 2.5 μg/mL against NBT-T2 cells

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Publisher: Molecular Diversity Preservation International
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