Tryptoquivaline D (nortryptoquivaline, fumitremorgin D) is a tremorgenic mycotoxin isolated from Aspergillus fumigatus and A. clavatus. The biological profile of tryptoquivaline D is largely unexplored, however other members of the fumitremorgin family have antitumor and insect antifeedant activity and are active against phytopathogenic fungi.
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