This three-volume set is a desirable reference for a wide range of specialists who study secondary fungal metabolites ranging from pharmaceutical house researchers, agricultural researchers, those involved in food and feed control regulation, and veterinary researchers. It discusses in depth the molecular formula of, the molecular weights of, and fungal/plant source indexes of secondary fungal metabolites.
* Includes all major groups of secondary fungal metabolites
* Covers various methods used to isolate and purify metabolites are present
* Each metabolite is supported by appropriate references
* Secondary metabolite molecular formula, molecular weights and fungal/plant source indexes are included
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A comprehensive, three-volume set on secondary fungal metabolitesFrom the Back Cover:
The Handbook of Secondary Fungal Metabolites is presented in three volumes that contain data on approximately 1200 fungal metabolites. The data presented are:
* Physical/Chemical Data Including Chemical Structures
* Fungal Source(s)
* Isolation/Purification Procedures
* Biological Activity
* Spectral Data Including UV, CD, IR, 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR, and MS
The appropriate references are presented with each metabolite, negating the need to turn to the end of each group to find the references. Each volume contains four indices:
* Molecular Formula
* Molecular Weight
* Secondary Metabolite
Each volume is divided into sections with placement of metabolites based on chemical relationships. Volume I emphasizes metabolites that contain the indole moiety, including the classic indole alkaloids and the various classes of fungal tremorgens. Volume II concentrates on triterpenes, and Volume III contains a considerable number of highly bioactive metabolites including the trichothecenes, and fumonisins and related metabolites. Each volume contains a miscellaneous section to accommodate metabolites that are difficult to place into any of the designated sections.
This compilation of data on secondary fungal metabolites will be useful in a number of ways, including the identification of new and known fungal metabolites. Because fungal metabolites represent such a wide diversity of chemical species, these data will be useful to scientists interested in correlations of chemical structural features with various spectral and biological characteristics. The information presented in this handbook may aid in future studies related to identification of possible new uses for fungal metabolites.
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