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Table 2 Secondary metabolites of Aspergilus in Ginkgo biloba

From: Endophytes from Ginkgo biloba and their secondary metabolites

No.MetabolitesCAS numberMolecular structureEndophytesApplicationReferences
13-Hydroxyterphenyllin66163-76-6 Aspergillus sp.Induces apoptosis and S phase arrest in human ovarian carcinoma cells[28, 50]
24″-Deoxycandidusin A1354549-88-4 Aspergillus sp. [51, 52]
34″-Deoxyterphenyllin59904-04-0 Aspergillus sp. [50]
44,5-Dimethoxycandidusin A/3,4-dimethoxycandidusin A1354549-89-5 Aspergillus sp. [50, 52]
54′-Deoxy- 3-hydroxyterphenyllin1296205-84-9 Aspergillus sp. [50, 52]
64′’-Deoxy-5′-desmethyl-terphenyllin1354549-87-3 Aspergillus sp. [50]
74′’-Deoxyprenylterphenyllin959124-87-9 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXSPotential anticancer lead molecules[50]
84-Hydroxy-3-(3′-methyl-2′-butenyl) benzoic acid1138-41-6 Aspergillus sp. YXf3Show potent inhibition of HLE[50]
95′-Desmethylterphenyllin1299485-87-2 Aspergillus sp.An alpha-glucosidase inhibitor[50]
10Alternariol641-38-3 Aspergillus sp. YXf3An cholinesterase inhibitor and a mycotoxin[52]
11Alternariol monomethyl ether/alternariol-4-methyl ether23452-05-3 Aspergillus sp. YXf3An antifungal agent[52]
12Aspergiloid A1354549-91-9 Aspergillus sp. [50]
13Aspergiloid B1354549-92-0 Aspergillus sp. [50]
14Aspergiloid C1354549-93-1 Aspergillus sp. [50]
15Aspergiloid D1354549-94-2 Aspergillus sp. [50]
16Aspergiloid E1579256-33-9 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [52]
17Aspergiloid F1579256-35-1 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [52]
18Aspergiloid G1579256-37-3 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [52]
19Aspergiloid H1579256-39-5 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [52]
20Aspergiloid I1887750-59-5 Aspergillus sp. YXf3Anti-cancer and inhibition of plant pathogens[50]
21Candidusin A81474-59-1 Aspergillus sp. [50]
22Candidusin C/4″-methoxycandidusin A267007-58-9 Aspergillus sp. [50]
23Chlorflavonin23363-64-6 Aspergillus sp. (strain no. YXf3)An antifungal agent[50]
24Chlorflavonin A1443055-96-6 Aspergillus sp. (strain no. YXf3)An antifungal agent[50]
25Cyclo-(L-Leu-L-Trp)15136-34-2 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [50]
26Ginkgolide B15291-77-7 Aspergillus.fumigatus var. fumigatus FG 05Ginkgolide B protects human umbilical vein endothelial cells against xenobiotic injuries via PXR activation[52]
27Ginkgolide C15291-76-6 Aspergillus [32]
28Prenylcandidusin B1297472-19-5 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXSAn antineoplastic agent[53]
29Prenylcandidusin C1297472-20-8 Aspergillus sp.An antineoplastic agent[53]
30Prenylterphenyllin959124-85-7 Aspergillus sp.Exhibits cytotoxic activity, an antineoplastic agent[53]
31Prenylterphenyllin B1297472-16-2 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXSExhibits cytotoxic activity, an antineoplastic agent[53]
32Sphaeropsidin A38991-80-9 Aspergillus sp. YXf3larvicidal and biting deterrents against Aedes aegypti[50]
33Sphaeropsidin B39022-38-3 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [50]
34Terphenolide1354549-90-8 Aspergillus sp. [50]
35Terphenyllin52452-60-5 Aspergillus sp.A mycotoxin[50]
36Terreinol669073-67-0 Aspergillus sp. YXf3 [31]
37Xanthoascin61391-08-0 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXS [53]
38Prenylterphenyllin D2079979-59-0 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXSAntibacterial activities, anti-phytopathogenic activities[31]
39Prenylterphenyllin E2079979-60-3 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXSAntibacterial activities, anti-phytopathogenic activities[31]
402′-O-Methylprenylterphenyllin2079979-61-4 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXSAntibacterial activities, anti-phytopathogenic activities[31]
414-O-Methylprenylterphenyllin2079979-62-5 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXS [31]
42[1,1′:4′,1′’-Terphenyl]-4,4′’-diol, 2′,3′,5′-trimethoxy-(9CI)59914-89-5 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXS [31]
43[1,1′:4′,1′’-Terphenyl]-2′,4′’-diol,3′,4,6′-trimethoxy-(9CI)59903-93-4 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXS [31]
44[1,1′:4′,1′’-Terphenyl]-2′,4-diol,3′,4′’,6′-trimethoxy-(9CI)59903-92-3 Aspergillus sp. IFB-YXS [31]