Sannanine, a new cytotoxic alkaloid from Streptomyces sannanensis

@article{Li2009SannanineAN,
  title={Sannanine, a new cytotoxic alkaloid from Streptomyces sannanensis},
  author={Yiqing Li and Dan Zheng and Jun Li and Li Han and Xiaolong Cui and Li Lang and Ming-gang Li and Zhanyou Wang and Jiang-yuan Zhao and Xueshi Huang},
  journal={The Journal of Antibiotics},
  year={2009},
  volume={62},
  pages={647-648}
}
  

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