Acetogenin

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Chemical structure of annonacin

Acetogenins are a class of polyketide natural products found in plants of the family Annonaceae. They are characterized by linear 32- or 34-carbon chains containing oxygenated functional groups including hydroxyls, ketones, epoxides, tetrahydrofurans and tetrahydropyrans. They are often terminated with a lactone or butenolide.[1] Over 400 members of this family of compounds have been isolated from 51 different species of plants.[2]

Examples include:

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  1. ^ Li, N.; Shi, Z.; Tang, Y.; Chen, J.; Li, X. (2008). "Recent Progress on the Total Synthesis of Acetogenins from Annonaceae". Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 4 (48): 1–62. doi:10.3762/bjoc.4.48. PMC 2633664. PMID 19190742. 
  2. ^ Bermejo, A.; Figadère, B.; Zafra-Polo, M.-C.; Barrachina, I.; Estornell, E.; Cortes, D. (2005). "Acetogenins from Annonaceae: Recent Progress in Isolation, Synthesis and Mechanisms of Action". Natural Product Reports 22 (2): 269–303. doi:10.1039/B500186M. PMID 15806200.  Erratum: "Back Matter". Natural Product Reports 22 (3): 426. 2005. doi:10.1039/B503508M. 

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