1 Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark2 Organic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark3 Center for Nanomedicine and Theranostics, Center, Technical University of Denmark4 Department of Systems Biology, Technical University of Denmark5 Natural Product Discovery, Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Technical University of Denmark
Specific synthetic routes are presented in schemes to illustrate the chemistry, and the analogs are presented in a table format to give an accessible overview of the structures. Several patents have been published regarding the properties of griseofulvin and its derivatives including synthesis, formulation, and their medicinal and agricultural applications. The antifungal mode-of-action of griseofulvin has been the subject of considerable research efforts and some debate over the years, a discussion that is still ongoing. Griseofulvin was one of the first antifungal natural products found in filamentous fungi. During the years, this polyketide has been found to be produced by several Ascomycetes including both closely and distantly related species.
Chemical Reviews, 2014, Vol 114, Issue 24, p. 12088-12107
CHEMISTRY,; NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE; CELL-FREE SYSTEM; TOTALSYNTHESE VON GRISEOFULVIN; B CARBON ANALOG; DL-GRISEOFULVIN; STREPTOMYCES-CINEREOCROCATUS; CHEMICAL STRUCTURE; CANCER-CELLS; IN-VITRO; MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATION; Ketones; Anti-fungal; Filamentous fungi; Mode of action; Natural products; Polyketides; Research efforts; Synthetic routes; Fungi