Corpus ID: 6842579

[The C-flavonosides of Sarothamnus scoparius. Isolation of a new compound, the 6"-O-acetylscoparoside].

@article{BrumBousquet1977TheCO,
  title={[The C-flavonosides of Sarothamnus scoparius. Isolation of a new compound, the 6"-O-acetylscoparoside].},
  author={M. Brum-Bousquet and F. Tillequin and R. Paris},
  journal={Lloydia},
  year={1977},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={
          591-2
        }
}
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