A new sulfated steroid triol has been identified in extracts of the spongeTrachyopsis halichondrioides and its structure has been established as 24-isopropyl-5α-cholest-22-ene-2β,3α,6α-triol trisulfate. The possibility has been shown for the first time of the existence of identical side chains for free sterols and trisulfated steroids.
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Makar'eva, T.N., Shubina, L.K. & Stonik, V.A. Steroid compounds of marine sponges. VIII. 24-Isopropyl-5α-cholest-22-ene-2β,3α,6α-triol trisulfate — A new steroid identified in the spongeTrachyopsis halichondrioides . Chem Nat Compd 23, 93–96 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00602467
- Organic Chemistry
- Marine Sponge
- Free Sterol