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A naturally occuring crystalline indolyl derivative in acetabularia

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Tandler, C.J. A naturally occuring crystalline indolyl derivative in acetabularia. Naturwissenschaften 49, 213–214 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00633971

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Keywords

  • Trimethylammoniumchlorid
  • Thanol
  • Deep Pink
  • Aminobenzaldehyde
  • Periodic Acid Oxidation