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Fully Acetylated Carbamate and Hypotensive Thiocarbamate Glycosides From Morenga Oleifera

Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: Phytochemistry.   Aug 23, 1994
38 4 957-963
0031-9422(94)00729-2

This thesis presents various findings on the isolation of nine glycosides within the Morenga oleifera plant. Six of which are new while the three others are synthetically known to scientists. Each was identified through by the spectrum emitted or absorbed by them through processes called spectroscopic methods.


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Fully Acetylated Carbamate and Hypotensive Thiocarbamate Glycosides From Morenga Oleifera

Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: Phytochemistry.   Oct 13, 2008
38 4 957-963
0031-9422(94)00729-2

This thesis presents various findings on the isolation of nine glycosides within the Morenga oleifera plant. Six of which are new while the three others are synthetically known to scientists. Each was identified through by the spectrum emitted or absorbed by them through processes called spectroscopic methods.


Set to this revision Revision: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 15:14:32 +0000



Fully Acetylated Carbamate and Hypotensive Thiocarbamate Glycosides From Morenga Oleifera

Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: Phytochemistry.   Oct 13, 2008
38 4 957-963
0031-9422(94)00729-2

Current summary based on abstract only.

This thesis presents various findings on the isolation of nine glycosides within the Morenga oleifera plant. Six of which are new while the three others are synthetically known to scientists. Each was identified through by the spectrum emitted or absorbed by them through processes called spectroscopic methods.


Set to this revision Revision: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 14:48:38 +0000



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