3-Hydroxymollugin are cytotoxic compounds isolated from Pentas longiflora and Rubia cordifolia.
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Synthesis of the natural products 3-hydroxymollugin and 3-methoxymollugin[Pubmed: 20201485
3-Hydroxymollugin 2 and 3-methoxymollugin 3 are cytotoxic compounds isolated as minor compounds from Pentas longiflora and Rubia cordifolia. Syntheses of 3-Hydroxymollugin 2 and 3-methoxymollugin 3 were developed starting from easily available 3-bromomollugin 6. Surprisingly, it was found that the reaction of 3-bromomollugin 6 with sodium methoxide in methanol resulted in the formation of 3-methoxymollugin 3 and the ring-contracted methyl isopropenylfuromollugin 7. A mechanism for this ring contraction is proposed on the basis of a pericyclic retro oxa-6pi ring-opening reaction. A second synthesis of 3-Hydroxymollugin 2 was based on epoxidation of methyl 3-(3-methylbut-2-enyl)-1,4-naphthoquinone-2-carboxylate 17 and subsequent reduction of the quinone moiety, ring transformation, and DDQ oxidation. The latter oxidation process results in 3-Hydroxymollugin 2 along with the rearranged furomollugin 4, which is a ring-contracted analogue of the natural product mollugin 1.