Diterpenoids from the Mediterranean brown alga Dictyota sp. evaluated as antifouling substances against a marine bacterial biofilm

  • Viano Y
  • Bonhomme D
  • Camps M
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Four new cyclized diterpenes, one xenicane (1) and three dolabellanes (2-4), were isolated, along with seven previously reported metabolites [3beta-hydroxydilophol (5), dictyols E (6) and C (7), hydroxycrenulide (8), 9-acetoxy-15-hydroxy-1,6-dollabelladiene (9), hydroxyacetyldictyolal (10), and fucoxanthin], from a Mediterranean species of Dictyota sp. collected in Le Brusc Lagoon (French Mediterranean coast). Their structures, as well as their relative configurations, were determined through extensive spectrometric (IR, HRESIMS, 1D and 2D NMR) data analysis and molecular modeling studies and by comparison with those reported in literature. Some of the isolated metabolites were evaluated for their antiadhesion activity against a marine bacterial biofilm (Pseudoalteromonas sp. D41).

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  • Yannick Viano

  • Dominique Bonhomme

  • Mercedes Camps

  • Jean François Briand

  • Annick Ortalo-Magné

  • Yves Blache

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