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Syntheses, immunosuppressive activity, and structure-activity relationships of myriocin analogs, 2-epi-myriocin, 14-deoxomyriocin, Z-14-deoxyomyriocin, and nor-deoxomyriocins.

Nine myriocin analogs, 2-epi-myriocin, 14-deoxomyriocin, Z-14-deoxomyriocin, and nor-deoxomyriocins, were synthesized from 2-deoxy-D-glucose via common intermediates used in previous myriocin and Z-myriocin syntheses. Immunosuppressive activities of those myriocin analogs on mouse allogeneic mixed lymphocyte reaction were examined, and Z-14-deoxomyriocin was found to show the most potent activity among them. The structure-activity relationships are discussed.[1]


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