Guido Cimino
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Formation and inactivation of endogenous cannabinoid anandamide in central neurons
V Di Marzo, A Fontana, H Cadas, S Schinelli, G Cimino, JC Schwartz, ...
Nature 372 (6507), 686-691, 1994
Isolation and X-ray crystal structure of a novel bromo-compound from two marine sponges
G Cimino, S De Rosa, S De Stefano, L Mazzarella, R Puliti, G Sodano
Tetrahedron Letters 23 (7), 767-768, 1982
A new antitumor isoquinoline alkaloid from the marine nudibranch Jorunna funebris
A Fontana, P Cavaliere, S Wahidulla, CG Naik, G Cimino
Tetrahedron 56 (37), 7305-7308, 2000
Marine opisthobranch molluscs: chemistry and ecology in sacoglossans and dorids
G Cimino, A Fontana, M Gavagnin
Curr. Org. Chem 3 (1999), 327-372, 1999
The chemical defense of four Mediterranean nudibranchs
G Cimino, S De Rosa, S De Stefano, G Sodano
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Comparative Biochemistry 73 …, 1982
Dorid nudibranch elaborates its own chemical defense
G Cimino, S De Rosa, S De Stefano, G Sodano, G Villani
Science 219 (4589), 1237-1238, 1983
Structure and cytotoxicity of phidianidines A and B: First finding of 1, 2, 4-oxadiazole system in a marine natural product
M Carbone, Y Li, C Irace, E Mollo, F Castelluccio, A Di Pascale, G Cimino, ...
Organic letters 13 (10), 2516-2519, 2011
The role of complex lipids in the synthesis of bioactive aldehydes of the marine diatom Skeletonema costatum
G d'Ippolito, S Tucci, A Cutignano, G Romano, G Cimino, A Miralto, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids …, 2004
Chemical defense and evolutionary trends in biosynthetic capacity among dorid nudibranchs (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia)
G Cimino, MT Ghiselin
Chemoecology 9 (4), 187-207, 1999
LOX‐induced lipid peroxidation mechanism responsible for the detrimental effect of marine diatoms on zooplankton grazers
A Fontana, G d'Ippolito, A Cutignano, G Romano, N Lamari, ...
ChemBioChem 8 (15), 1810-1818, 2007
Scalaradial, a third sesterterpene with the tetracarbocyclic skeleton of scalarin, from the sponge Cacospongia mollior
G Cimino, S De Stefano, L Minale
Experientia 30 (8), 846-847, 1974
The chemical defense of nudibranch molluscs: Structure, biosynthetic origin and defensive properties of terpenoids from the dorid nudibranch dendrodoris grandiflora
G Cimino, S De Rosa, S De Stefano, R Morrone, G Sodano
Tetrahedron 41 (6), 1093-1100, 1985
Natural products from Porifera
L Minale, G Cimino, S De Stefano, G Sodano
Fortschritte der Chemie Organischer Naturstoffe/Progress in the Chemistry of …, 1976
Polyprenyl derivatives from the sponge Ircinia spinosula: 2-Polyprenylbenzoquinones, 2-polyprenylbenzoquinols, prenylated furans and a C-31 difuranoterpene
G Cimino, S De Stefano, L Minale
Tetrahedron 28 (5), 1315-1324, 1972
Sarains: a new class of alkaloids from the marine sponge Reniera sarai
G Cimino, SD Stefano, G Scognamiglio, G Sodano, E Trivellone
Bulletin Des Sociétés Chimiques Belges 95 (9‐10), 783-800, 1986
New birth-control aldehydes from the marine diatom Skeletonema costatum: characterization and biogenesis
G d'Ippolito, G Romano, O Iadicicco, A Miralto, A Ianora, G Cimino, ...
Tetrahedron Letters 43 (35), 6133-6136, 2002
Unprecedented alkaloid skeleton from the Mediterranean sponge Reniera sarai: X-ray structure of an acetate derivative of sarain-A
G Cimino, CA Mattia, L Mazzarella, R Puliti, G Scognamiglio, A Spinella, ...
Tetrahedron 45 (12), 3863-3872, 1989
Insect antifeedant activity and hot taste for humans of selected natural and synthetic 1, 4-dialdehydes
V Caprioli, G Cimino, R Colle, M Gavagnin, G Sodano, A Spinella
Journal of natural products 50 (2), 146-151, 1987
Ircinin-1 and-2, linear sesterterpenes from the marine sponge Ircinia oros
G Cimino, S De Stefano, L Minale, E Fattorusso
Tetrahedron 28 (2), 333-341, 1972
Chemistry of oxylipin pathways in marine diatoms
A Fontana, G d'Ippolito, A Cutignano, A Miralto, A Ianora, G Romano, ...
Pure and Applied Chemistry 79 (4), 481-490, 2007
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