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Glisoprenins C, D, and E, new glisoprenin derivatives, were isolated together with glisoprenin A from submerged cultures of the deuteromycete Gliocladium roseum HA190-95. All glisoprenins inhibited appressorium formation in Magnaporthe grisea on inductive (hydrophobic) surfaces. The compounds exhibited moderate cytotoxic, but no antifungal, antibacterial or phytotoxic activities.

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E Thines, F Eilbert, H Anke, O Sterner. Glisoprenins C, D and E, new inhibitors of appressorium formation in Magnaporthe grisea, from cultures of Gliocladium roseum. 1. Production and biological activities. The Journal of antibiotics. 1998 Feb;51(2):117-22

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