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History of 'Isolation and Structure Elucidation of Novel Hypotensive Agents, Niazinin A, Niazinin B, Niazimicin and Niaziminin A + B from Moringa oleifera: The first occurring Thiocarbamates'

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Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: J Chem Soc Perkin Transactions 1.   Jul 29, 1992
3237 - 324
10.1039/P19920003237
http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/P1/article.asp?doi=P19920003237

Researchers have identified several particles and compounds within the Moringa oleifera through the use of chemical and spectroscopic methods. The results of this experiment show both the processes which were done and the particles which were found through such work. One compound they found is rare and are called the mustard oil glycosides.


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Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: J Chem Soc Perkin Transactions 1.   Oct 13, 2008
3237 - 324
10.1039/P19920003237
http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/P1/article.asp?doi=P19920003237

Researchers have identified several particles and compounds within the Moringa oleifera through the use of chemical and spectroscopic methods. The results of this experiment show both the processes which were done and the particles which were found through such work. One compound they found is rare and are called the mustard oil glycosides.


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