3,4'-dihydroxy-bibenzyl-2-carboxylic acid/lunuralic acid/2-Hydroxy-6-(2-(4-hydroxyphenyl)ethyl)benzoic acid/3,4'-Dihydroxy-bibenzyl-2-carbonsaeure/Lunularsaeure/2-hydroxy-6-(4-hydroxyphenethyl)benzoic acid/6-(p-hydroxyphenethyl)salicylic acid/Lunularic acid
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A new functionalised sulphone-based building block has been synthesised that enabled C-C bond formation through Julia olefination. The utility of developed building block was demonstrated by successful synthesis of two natural products lunularic acid, hydrangeic acid and initial libraries of their analogues.
Julia olefination; Lunularic acid; amorfrutin; bi-benzyl natural products; cajaninstilbene acid; hydrangeic acid
Valuable building block for the synthesis of lunularic acid, hydrangeic acid and their analogues.
Mukkamala R1, Hossain A1, Singh Aidhen I1.
Lunularic acid (LA) inhibited not only the germination and the growth of cress and lettuce at 1 mM but also the gibberellic acid (GA3)-induced alpha-amylase induction in embryoless barley seeds at 120 microM, which was recognized as a specific activity of abscisic acid (ABA). Moreover LA and ABA equally inhibited the growth of Lunularia cruciata A18 strain callus at 40 and 120 microM. A computational analysis revealed that the stable conformers of LA could be superimposed on the stable ABA conformers. In addition, the antibody raised against the conjugate of C1-ABA-bovine serum albumin (ABA-BSA) reacted with LA-horse-radish peroxidase (LA-HRP) conjugate as well as ABA-HRP conjugate, apparently. These results can explain why LA has ABA-like activity in higher plants. Moreover the results suggest that LA and ABA bind to the same receptor in higher plants.
The biological and structural similarity between lunularic acid and abscisic acid.
Yoshikawa H1, Ichiki Y, Sakakibara KD, Tamura H, Suiko M.
By gas-liquid chromotography and thin layer chromatography, an endogenous growth inhibitor of Lunularia cruciata has been detected in seven other representatives of the class of liverworts. All liverworts so far examined have been found to contain lunularic acid. Evidence for the identity of the previously isolated, but unidentified, endogenous growth inhibitor of Marchantia polymorpha and lunularic acid is presented.
Lunularic acid, a common endogenous growth inhibitor of liverworts.