Turning a new leaf: The first structures isolated from Thuiaria breitfussi, the breitfussins, are presented. This structural class consists of indole–oxazole–pyrrole units. Limited quantities prevented crystallization; therefore, the structures were solved using a novel combination of AFM, computer-aided structure elucidation (CASE), and DFT calculations. Visualization by AFM determined all the connection points of the cyclic systems and the other substituents.
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