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Meroindenon and Merochlorins E and F, Antibacterial Meroterpenoids from a Marine-Derived Sediment Bacterium of the Genus .

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Summary of "Meroindenon and Merochlorins E and F, Antibacterial Meroterpenoids from a Marine-Derived Sediment Bacterium of the Genus ."

Meroterpenoids, meroindenon () and merochlorins E () and F (), were isolated from a marine-derived bacterium belonging to the genus . Their chemical structures were established using extensive analysis of MS, UV, ECD, and NMR spectroscopic data. Compounds - possess a tetrahydroxynaphthalene core and a C-isoprene unit. Compounds and exhibited strong antibacterial activities against , , and , with a range of MIC values from 1 to 2 μg/mL.

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