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Arylsulfonylureido- und Arylsulfonylamidoacyl-Derivate von Hydroxy- und Oxo-cycloalkanen als potentielle Antidiabetica, 10. Mitt.

Arylsulfonylureido and arylsulfonylamido derivatives of hydroxy and oxocycloalkanes, X: N-sulfonylated and N-acylated camphor-3-carboxamides

N-Sulfonylierte und N-acylierte Campher-3-carbonsäureamide

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Hohenlohe-Oehringen, K., zur Nedden, K. & Bretschneider, H. Arylsulfonylureido- und Arylsulfonylamidoacyl-Derivate von Hydroxy- und Oxo-cycloalkanen als potentielle Antidiabetica, 10. Mitt.. Monatshefte für Chemie 103, 1534–1541 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00904606

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