Acid-Catalysed Rearrangement of the Sandfly Pheromone Sobralene to Verticillenes, Consolidating its Relationship inter alia to the Taxanes and Phomactins

Palframan, M.J. and Bandi, K.K. and Hamilton, J.G.C. and Pattenden, G. (2019) Acid-Catalysed Rearrangement of the Sandfly Pheromone Sobralene to Verticillenes, Consolidating its Relationship inter alia to the Taxanes and Phomactins. SYNLETT, 30 (16). pp. 1899-1903. ISSN 0936-5214

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Abstract

The sex-aggregation pheromone sobralene produced by the sandfly Lutzomyia longipalpis is isomerised to verticillenes in the presence of mild acid, thereby providing credence to the proposal that sobralene is a likely shunt metabolite of the taxadiene synthase cascade.

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Journal Article
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SYNLETT
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© Georg Thieme Verlag Stuttgart · New York
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137120
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25 Nov 2019 14:45
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