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Record number 354675
Title Fungal Biotransormation Products of Dehydroabietic Acid
Author(s) Beek, T.A. van; Claassen, F.W.; Dorado, J.; Godejohann, M.; Sierra-Alvarez, R.; Wijnberg, J.B.P.A.
Source Journal of Natural Products 70 (2007)2. - ISSN 0163-3864 - p. 154 - 159.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1021/np060325e
Department(s) Organic Chemistry
VLAG
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) pseudomonas-abietaniphila bkme-9 - mill effluent - kraft pulp - mortierella-isabellina - bacterial degradation - resin acids - paper-mill - hydroxylation - diterpenoids - constituents
Abstract Dehydroabietic acid (DHA) (1) is one of the main compounds in Scots pine wood responsible for aquatic and microbial toxicity. The degradation of 1 by Trametes versicolor and Phlebiopsis gigantea in liquid stationary cultures was followed by HPLC-DAD-ELSD. Both fungi rapidly degraded DHA relative to a control. More breakdown products were observed for T. versicolor than for P. gigantea. After 13 days, four compounds were identified by means of spectroscopic methods in P. gigantea cultures: 1 beta-hydroxy-DHA (2), 1 beta,7 alpha-dihydroxy-DHA (3), 1 beta,16-dihydroxy-DHA (5), and tentatively 1 beta-hydroxy-7-oxo-DHA (4). In T. versicolor cultures, 1 beta,16-dihydroxy-DHA (5), 7 beta,16-dihydroxy-DHA (6), 1 beta,7 beta,16-trihydroxy-DHA (7), 1 beta,16-dihydroxy-7-oxo-DHA (8), 1 beta,15-dihydroxy-DHA (9), and 1 beta,7 alpha,16-trihydroxy-DHA (10) were identified after 9 days of incubation. Thus the biotransformation of 1 by the two fungi was different, with only 5 being produced by both strains. Compounds 3, 7, 8, and 10 are reported for the first time as natural products.
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