Pharmaceutical Research

, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp 621–629 | Cite as

A Solution Conformation Analysis of Forocidins I and Isoforocidins I Using NMR and Molecular Modeling

  • Kumar Ramu
  • Sachin Shringarpure
  • John S. Williamson
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forocidin I isoforocidin I 16-membered macrolides proton-NMR, carbon-NMR, two-dimensional spectra HETCOR COSY modified Karplus equation molecular modeling X-ray demycarosyl leucomycin A3 

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  • Kumar Ramu
  • Sachin Shringarpure
  • John S. Williamson

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