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Plant Polyprenols and Their Biological Activity

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Research on the isolation, identification, and biological activity of plant polyprenols is reviewed.

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Khidyrova, N.K., Shakhidoyatov, K.M. Plant Polyprenols and Their Biological Activity. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 38, 107–121 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1019683212265

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  • polyprenols
  • distribution
  • isolation
  • chemical transformations
  • isoprene unit
  • biological activity