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e1000764

    Royal Society of Chemistry
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Natural Product Updates

Natural Product Updates provides graphical abstracts of new developments in natural product chemistry, selected from dozens of key primary journals. Coverage includes:

  • Isolation studies
  • Biosynthesis
  • New natural products
  • Known compounds from new sources
  • Structure determinations
  • New properties and biological activities     

Around 200 graphical abstracts are contained in each monthly bulletin, including structure diagrams, trivial and taxonomic names, molecular formulae, physical and biological properties.

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2000-present

Date

September 13, 2010


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