Dahurelmusin A, a Hybrid Peptide–Polyketide from Elymus dahuricus Infected by the Epichloë bromicola Endophyte
datasetposted on 28.12.2016, 14:04 by Qiu-Yan Song, Hai-Tao Yu, Xing-Xu Zhang, Zhi-Biao Nan, Kun Gao
One novel hybrid peptide–polyketide, dahurelmusin A (1), was isolated from Elymus dahuricus infected by the Epichloë bromicola endophyte. Comprehensive spectroscopic analysis revealed that 1 is the first example of hybrid peptide–polyketide possessing an unprecedented 5-hydroxy-2,2,4,6-tetramethyl-3-oxooctanoic acid moiety. The single-crystal X-ray diffraction analyses allowed the absolute configuration assignment of this compound. Compound 1 also exhibited significant insecticidal activities against Rhopalosiphum padi and Brevicoryne brassicae with LC50 values of 0.092 and 0.251 mM, respectively.
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0.092Elymus dahuricus0.251 mMEndophytecompoundHybridEpichloeacidmoietydahurelmusininsecticidal activitiesElymus dahuricus InfectedPeptideBrevicoryne brassicaeComprehensive spectroscopic analysisbromicolapeptidesingle-crystal X-ray diffraction analysesCompound 1configuration assignmentLC 50 valuesendophyte5-Rhopalosiphum padihydroxyDahurelmusin