Isojaspisin: A novel styryl sulfate from a marine sponge, Jaspis sp., that inhibits hatching of sea urchin embryos

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Abstract

A novel styryl sulfate, isojaspisin (1), was isolated from a marine sponge, Jaspis sp. The structure was determined to be sodium (Z)-5,6-dihydroxystryryl sulfate on the basis of its spectroscopic data. This sulfate inhibited hatching of sea urchin embryos with a minimum inhibitory concentration of 60 μM. © 1994.

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Ohta, S., Kobayashi, H., & Ikegami, S. (1994). Isojaspisin: A novel styryl sulfate from a marine sponge, Jaspis sp., that inhibits hatching of sea urchin embryos. Tetrahedron Letters, 35(26), 4579–4580. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4039(00)60734-7

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