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Preparation of some kaurenolides from 7 18 di hydroxy kaurenolide


, : Preparation of some kaurenolides from 7 18 di hydroxy kaurenolide. Journal of the Chemical Society Perkin Transactions I (10): 2488-2492

The preparation of 7-hydroxy-, and 18-hydroxy-kaurenolide, the corresponding 18-methyl esters, and 7.beta.-hydroxy-18-norkaurenolide, from 7,18-dihydroxykaurenolide [the major neutral kaurenolid metabolite of Gibberella fujikuroi] is described.

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