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Synthesis and Biological Assessment of 3,7 Dihydroxytropolones

Sree Dalta, Jennifer Wilson, L.A. Morrison, stella hoft, Stuart Le Grice, John Beutler, Haiyan Zhao, Takashi Masaoka, Daniel V Schiavone, Ryan Patrick Murelli, Rajat Pal ‎, Liang Tang, Elena Lomonosova, Danielle Hirsch, Alex Berkowitz, John E Tavis, Shabnam Majidi, Bindi Patel, Emilio Gallicchio
3,7-Dihydroxytropolones (3,7-dHTs) are highly oxygenated troponoids that have been identified as lead compounds for several human diseases. To date, structure-function studies on these molecules have been limited due to a...

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/OB/~3/TPw5mWtLrqA/C7OB02453C

DOI: 2017/OB/C7OB02453C

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