synthesis of aromatic analogues of leukotrine B4 and arachidonic acid.
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synthesis of aromatic analogues of leukotrine B4 and arachidonic acid. by S. J. Phythian

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
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Thesis (Ph.D), University of East Anglia, School of Chemical Sciences, 1989.

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Arachidonic acid (ARA, 5,8,1l,cis-eicosatetraenoic acid) is widely used in medicine, pharmaceutics, cosmetics, dietary nutrition, agriculture, and other fields. CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY OF SOME TANNIN ANALOGUES AND STUDIES TOWARD THE SYNTHESIS OF LIHOUIDINE A Thesis in Chemistry by Adiel Coca Adiel Coca Figure Conversion of methyl gallate 30 into acid Figure Synthesis of Teoc Author: Adiel Coca. The synthesis of three types of pulvinic acid analogues, using a diversity-oriented strategy starting from a single compound, dimethyl l-tartrate, is described. Synthesis of Sialic Acid and Positionally-ModifiedAnalogues 16 Synthesis of Sialic Acid 16 Enzymatic Syntheses 17 Chemical Syntheses 19 Substituted Sialic Acid Analogues 40 Substitution at C1 40 Variation at C3 44 Modification at C4 50 Amide Variation at C5 59