Quinocitrinine

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Quinocitrinines A and B

Quinocitrinines are quinoline alkaloids isolated from a permafrost Penicillium.

Further reading[edit]

  • Kozlovsky AG, Zhelifonova VP, Antipova TV (May 2003). "Quinocitrinines A and B, new quinoline alkaloids from Penicillium citrinum Thom 1910, a permafrost fungus". The Journal of Antibiotics. 56 (5): 488–91. doi:10.7164/antibiotics.56.488. PMID 12870815. 
  • Antipova TV, Zhelifonova VP, Baskunov BP, Ozerskaia SM, Ivanushkina NE, Kozlovskiĭ AG (2011). "[New producers of biologically active compounds--fungal strains of the genus Penicillium isolated from permafrost]". Prikladnaia Biokhimiia I Mikrobiologiia (in Russian). 47 (3): 318–23. PMID 21790032. 
  • Antipova, T. V.; Zhelifonova, V. P.; Baskunov, B. P.; Ozerskaya, S. M.; Ivanushkina, N. E.; Kozlovsky, A. G. (2011). "New producers of biologically active compounds—fungal strains of the genus Penicillium isolated from permafrost". Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology. 47 (3): 288–92. doi:10.1134/S0003683811030033.