An alcohol with a new tricyclic humulane skeleton, laurobtusol, was isolated from the Mediterranean Red Alga Laurencia obtusa. The structure was established mainly by 2 D NMR methods and the relative configuration was assigned by a quantiative computer simulation of the lanthanide induced shifts in the H-1 NMR spectrum and Molecular Mechanics calculation (MM2).

The Structure of Laurobtusol, A New Rearranged Sesquiterpenoid From the Mediterranean Red Alga Laurencia-obtusa

NERI, Placido;
1991

Abstract

An alcohol with a new tricyclic humulane skeleton, laurobtusol, was isolated from the Mediterranean Red Alga Laurencia obtusa. The structure was established mainly by 2 D NMR methods and the relative configuration was assigned by a quantiative computer simulation of the lanthanide induced shifts in the H-1 NMR spectrum and Molecular Mechanics calculation (MM2).
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