Part 2: Occurrence of Racemic Natural Products and Their Biological Activities

Authors

  • Prasat Kittakoop Chulabhorn Graduate Institute, Program in Chemical Sciences, Chulabhorn Royal Academy

Keywords:

Natural Products, Racemic mixture, Racemate, Biological activity, Marine natural products

Abstract

Part 2 review is a continuing version of Part 1, providing more examples of racemic natural products isolated from higher plants and microorganisms. The natural products reported here are from the research articles mostly published over the past few years, 2018-2020. This part also provides the information of marine racemic natural products, which had been isolated from marine invertebrates.

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2020-06-24

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Kittakoop P. Part 2: Occurrence of Racemic Natural Products and Their Biological Activities. J Chulabhorn Royal Acad [Internet]. 2020 Jun. 24 [cited 2024 May 24];2(3):27-43. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jcra/article/view/240787

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