Aspergillus species, cyclic dimeric dipeptide derivative substance P antagonist biosynthetic products thereof, and process for preparation thereof

Barrow, Colin J, Brownell, James E., Houck, David R., Hong, Anderson C., Popp, Janet L. and Sedlock, David M. 1994, Aspergillus species, cyclic dimeric dipeptide derivative substance P antagonist biosynthetic products thereof, and process for preparation thereof, United States (2) Patent US5338845 (A).


Title Aspergillus species, cyclic dimeric dipeptide derivative substance P antagonist biosynthetic products thereof, and process for preparation thereof
Creator(s) Barrow, Colin J
Brownell, James E.
Houck, David R.
Hong, Anderson C.
Popp, Janet L.
Sedlock, David M.
Date 1994-08-16
Patent no. US5338845 (A)
Registry Office United States (2)
Patent family name Aspergillus species, cyclic dimeric dipeptide derivative substance P antagonist biosynthetic products thereof, and process for preparation thereof
Summary A novel Aspergillus species, cyclic dimeric dipeptide derivatives which are biosynthetic products thereof and are useful as Substance P antagonists and therefore as analgesic and/or antiinflammatory agents, and a process for preparation of the biosynthetic products are disclosed.
Notes Filing date : 12/02/1992
Language eng
Field of Research 110101 Medical Biochemistry: Amino Acids and Metabolites
HERDC Research category I.1 Patents
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30023845

Document type: Patent
Collection: School of Life and Environmental Sciences
 
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