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Modification and evaluation of the potato disc assay and antitumor screening of euphorbiaceae seeds.
Galsky et al. (10, 11) have reported that the inhibition and growth of crown gall tumors, initiated on potato discs by Agrobacterium tumefaciens, apparently has good agreement with 3PS in vivoExpand
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New conjugated hydroxydienoic fatty acids and acetotriacylglycerols from Securidaca longipedunculata seed oil.
Like other members of the plant family Polygalaceae, Securidaca longipedunculata Fres., is a source of fatty acids and triacylglycerols with unusual structures. Its seed oil contains at least sevenExpand
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Asymmetric triglycerides from Impatiens edgeworthii seed oil.
Abstract Impatiens edgeworthii Hook F. seed oil, which contains acetate, parinarate, and the more common fatty acyl groups, was hydrogenated to give mainly α-acetodistearin. The hydrogenated oilExpand
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19-Hydroxybaccatin III, 10-deacetylcephalomannine, and 10-deacetyltaxol: new antitumor taxanes from Taxus wallichiana.
Activity-guided, chromatographic fractionation for a polar extract of Taxus wallichiana Zucc. (originally identified as Cephalotaxus mannii Hook.) resulted in the isolation of three new KB cytotoxicExpand
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An investigation of the antitumor activity of Sesbania drummondii.
Extracts of Sesbania drummondii (Rydb.) Cory seed are active in vivo in the P-388 lymphocytic leukemia system and cytotoxic in the KB assay. Systematic fractionation of S. drummondii has yieldedExpand
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The excess acidity method. The basicities, and rates and mechanisms of enolization, of some acetophenones and acetone, in moderately concentrated sulfuric acid
The X-function method has been used to evaluate the basicities of six nuclear-substituted acetophenones and acetone, using a combination of new measurements and literature data; the protonation ofExpand
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