SCHEMBL215687 is a lipid of Polyketides (PK) class.

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Duval RA et al. Heterocyclic analogues of squamocin as inhibitors of mitochondrial complex I. On the role of the terminal lactone of annonaceous acetogenins. 2006 Biochemistry pmid:16489765
Duval RA et al. Remarkable substituent effect: beta-aminosquamocin, a potent dual inhibitor of mitochondrial complexes I and III. 2005 Biochim. Biophys. Acta pmid:16139789
Lin YS et al. A spectral graph theoretic approach to quantification and calibration of collective morphological differences in cell images. 2010 Bioinformatics pmid:20529919
Hochbaum DS et al. Ranking of multidimensional drug profiling data by fractional-adjusted bi-partitional scores. 2012 Bioinformatics pmid:22689749
Xu ZF et al. Inhibitory activities of three annonaceous acetogenins on NADH oxidase of chicken liver mitochondria. 2003 Biol. Pharm. Bull. pmid:12736522
Duval R et al. Semisynthesis of heterocyclic analogues of squamocin, a cytotoxic annonaceous acetogenin, by an unusual oxidative decarboxylation reaction. 2003 Bioorg. Med. Chem. pmid:12878138
Duval RA et al. Semisynthesis and biological activity of aminoacyl triesters of squamocin, an annonaceous acetogenin. 2005 Bioorg. Med. Chem. pmid:15863004
Derbré S et al. Highly cytotoxic and neurotoxic acetogenins of the Annonaceae: new putative biological targets of squamocin detected by activity-based protein profiling. 2008 Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. pmid:18851912
Lee CC et al. Squamocin modulates histone H3 phosphorylation levels and induces G1 phase arrest and apoptosis in cancer cells. 2011 BMC Cancer pmid:21299907