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Cytotoxic microcolin lipopeptides from the marine cyanobacterium Moorea producens

TitleCytotoxic microcolin lipopeptides from the marine cyanobacterium Moorea producens
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsYu H.B, Glukhov E., Li Y.Y, Iwasaki A., Gerwick L, Dorrestein PC, Jiao B.H, Gerwick WH
Volume82
Pagination2608-2619
Date Published2019/09
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0163-3864
Accession NumberWOS:000488424000029
Keywordsabsolute-configuration; analogs; assignment; cells; induction; majusculamide-d; peptides; Pharmacology & Pharmacy; Plant Sciences; potent
Abstract

Nine new linear lipopeptides, microcolins E-M (1-9), together with four known related compounds, microcolins A-D (10-13), were isolated from the marine cyanobacterium Moorea producens using bioassay-guided and LC-MS/MS molecular networking approaches. Catalytic hydrogenation of microcolins A-D (10-13) yielded two known compounds, 3,4-dihydromicrocolins A and B (14, 15), and two new derivatives, 3,4-dihydromicrocolins C and D (16, 17), respectively. The structures of these new compounds were determined by a combination of spectroscopic and advanced Marfey's analysis. Structurally unusual amino acid units, 4-methyl-2-(methylamino)pent-3-enoic (Mpe) acid and 2-amino-4-methylhexanoic acid (N-Me-homoisoleucine), in compounds 1-3 and 8, respectively, are rare residues in naturally occurring peptides. These metabolites showed significant cytotoxic activity against H-460 human lung cancer cells with IC50 values ranging from 6 nM to 5.0 mu M. The variations in structure and attendant biological activities provided fresh insights concerning structure-activity relationships for the microcolin class of lipopeptides.

DOI10.1021/acs.jnatprod.9b00549
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