Fumiquinazoline D is member of the fumiquinazoline complex isolated from a marine strain of Aspergillus fumigatus by Numata and colleagues at Osaka University in 1995. Fumiquinazoline D has subsequently been reported as a useful chemotaxonomic marker for strains of A. fumigatus. The pharmacology of fumiquinazoline D has not been extensively reported but it is known to be weakly active against some tumor cell lines.
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