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Issue 82, 2014
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Croton insularis introduces the seco-casbane class with EBC-329 and the first casbane endoperoxide EBC-324

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Abstract

Investigation of Croton insularis afforded the first in class seco-casbane diterpene, EBC-329. A highly oxidised casbane, EBC-324, was also isolated. The structural motif within EBC-324, which consists of an epoxidised hemi-acetal endoperoxide, is new to the casbane family.

Graphical abstract: Croton insularis introduces the seco-casbane class with EBC-329 and the first casbane endoperoxide EBC-324

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Submitted
14 Jul 2014
Accepted
13 Aug 2014
First published
02 Sep 2014

Chem. Commun., 2014,50, 12315-12317
Article type
Communication

Croton insularis introduces the seco-casbane class with EBC-329 and the first casbane endoperoxide EBC-324

L. A. Maslovskaya, A. I. Savchenko, E. H. Krenske, V. A. Gordon, P. W. Reddell, C. J. Pierce, P. G. Parsons and C. M. Williams, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 12315
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC05413J

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