Two new alkaloids isolated from traditional Chinese medicine Binglang the fruit of Areca catechu.

@article{Cao2019TwoNA,
  title={Two new alkaloids isolated from traditional Chinese medicine Binglang the fruit of Areca catechu.},
  author={Mengru Cao and Hanwen Yuan and Muhammad Daniyal and Huang-he Yu and Qing-ling Xie and Yingkai Liu and Bin Li and Yu-qing Jian and Cai-yun Peng and Dianbo Tan and Yan-Mei Peng and Muhammed Iqbal Choudhary and Atta-ur- Rahman and Wei Wang},
  journal={Fitoterapia},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          104276
        }
}
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