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Chemical studies of marine invertebrates. XVI: structure and absolute configuration of lobosterol, a novel polyoxygenated sterol from the alcyonacean Lobophytum pauciflorum (Coelenterata, Octocorallia)
Tursch, B.; Hootelé, C.; Kaisin, M.; Losman, D.; Karlsson, R. (1976). Chemical studies of marine invertebrates. XVI: structure and absolute configuration of lobosterol, a novel polyoxygenated sterol from the alcyonacean Lobophytum pauciflorum (Coelenterata, Octocorallia). Steroids 27(1): 137-142. dx.doi.org/10.1016/0039-128X(76)90075-1
In: Steroids. ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC: New York. ISSN 0039-128X, more

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  • Tursch, B.
  • Hootelé, C.
  • Kaisin, M.
  • Losman, D.
  • Karlsson, R.

Abstract
    Lobosterol [(24S)-24-methylcholestane-3β,4β,5β,25tetrol-6-one 25 monoacetate] has been isolated from the Alcyonacean Lobophytum pauciflorum. The structural elucidation of this novel polyoxygenated sterol was achieved by chemical and spectroscopic evidence, and by X-ray diffraction analysis.

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