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The structure of cannabitriol

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Cannabitriol, a constitutent ofCannabis sativa L., has been shown to have the structure (I).

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We thank the Ministry of Health, Jamaica and Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. for financial support and Dr.G. E. M. Husbands, Wyeth Laboratories, Philadelphia, for the mass spectrum.

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Chan, W.R., Magnus, K.E. & Watson, H.A. The structure of cannabitriol. Experientia 32, 283–284 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01940792

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