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1'-(2-phenyl-ethylene)-ditryptophenaline, a new dimeric diketopiperazine from Aspergillus flavus

, : 1'-(2-phenyl-ethylene)-ditryptophenaline, a new dimeric diketopiperazine from Aspergillus flavus. Journal of Natural Products 57(9): 1239-1244

The isolation and structure determination of a new diketopiperazine dimer, 1'-(2-phenyl-ethylene)-ditryptophenaline, from A. flavus is reported. Ditryptophenaline was also isolated.

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Accession: 002549647

DOI: 10.1021/np50111a008

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