Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp 498–503 | Cite as

Olivomycin and related antibiotics XXXI. Stereochemistry of chromocyclin

  • Yu. A. Berlin
  • M. N. Kolosvo
  • I. V. Severtsova


1. The relative and absolute configurations of chromocyclin (I) have been established by NMR spectroscopy and polarimetry.

2. The structure and stereochemistry of chromocyclin (I) have been shown by the partial synthesis [starting from chromomycinone (V)] of its degradation product (XVII).


Absolute Configuration Methyl Iodide Asymmetric Center Methyl Ketone Phenyl Acetate 


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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1975

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  • Yu. A. Berlin
  • M. N. Kolosvo
  • I. V. Severtsova

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