1. Flavonoids from two Turkish Centaurea species and their chemotaxonomic implications

Sharmeen Uddin; Lillian Alnsour; Peter Segun; Huseyin Servi; Sezgin Celik; R. Süleyman Göktürk; Afaf Al-Groshi; Shaymaa Al-Majmaie; Stephanie T. Guetchueng; Lutfun Nahar; Nicola M. Dempster; Fyaz M. D. Ismail; Kenneth J. Ritchie; Satyajit D. Sarker

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 243-248

  Centaurea asutro-anatolica Hub.-Mor. and C. kizildaghensis Uzunh., E. Doğan & H. Duman, two indigenous perennial herbs from the Turkish flora, belong to the medicinally important genus Centaurea L. (fam: Asteraceae), which comprises ca. 600 species worldwide. While various Centaurea species are ...  Read More

Flavonoids from two Turkish <i>Centaurea</i> species and their chemotaxonomic implications

2. A mini-review on oxysporone

Satyajit D. Sarker; Lutfun Nahar; Tauhidur Rahman Nurunnabi; S.M. Mahbubur Rahman; Md. Hossain Sohrab; Md. Morsaline Billah; Fyaz M. D. Ismail; George P. Sharples

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, , Pages 55-60

  Oxysporone, possessing a 4H-furo(2,3-b)pyran-2(3H)-one structure, is a fungal metabolite, first isolated from Fusarium oxysporum. Later, this compound was also reported from the fungal genera, Diplodia, Pestalotia and Pestalotiopsis. Oxysporone was patented as an antibiotic for the treatment of dysentery, ...  Read More

A mini-review on oxysporone