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Abstract

The first review on the origin and chemistry of naturally-occurring isocyanides by Edenborough and Herbert (1) appeared in 1988. In this review the isocyanides, more commonly named as isonitriles (RNC), were divided into non-marine and marine groups. The non-marine isocyanides were divided into xanthocillin-type or cyclopentyltype isocyanides. A few others which did not fit into either category were placed in a miscellaneous section. All isocyanides of marine origin, which had been isolated from sponges and their predators, were sesquiterpenes and diterpenes.

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Marine Sponge Total Synthesis Indole Alkaloid Marine Natural Product Cyanogenic Glucoside 
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  • C. W. J. Chang
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of West FloridaPensacolaUSA

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