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    Polyacetylene glycosides (PAGs) constitute a relatively small class of secondary metabolites characterized by the presence of a sugar unit anomerically connected to a polyacetylene. These compounds are found in fungi, seaweed, and more often in plants. PAGs exhibit a wide range of biological and pharmacological activities and, as a result, the literature of these compounds has grown exponentially in recent years. © 2021 The Chemical Society of Japan & Wiley-VCH GmbH.


    Jonh A M Santos, Cláudia L A A Santos, João R Freitas Filho, Paulo H Menezes, Juliano C R Freitas. Polyacetylene Glycosides: Isolation, Biological Activities and Synthesis. Chemical record (New York, N.Y.). 2022 Jan;22(1):e202100176

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    PMID: 34665514

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