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Novel Synthesis Strategy Speeds Up Identification of Simpler Versions of Natural Product

News   Apr 25, 2019 | Original story from Baylor University

 
Novel Synthesis Strategy Speeds Up Identification of Simpler Versions of Natural Product

Baylor University professor and chemist Daniel Romo, Ph.D., discusses research with doctoral candidate Christian M. Chaheine, co-author on new synthesis strategy. The study is published in Nature Chemistry. Credit: Roxane M. Jourdain

 
 
 

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