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Intramolecular Reductive Heck Approach To Guaipyridine Alkaloids, Samantha Grosslight, Hope Spargo May 2016

Intramolecular Reductive Heck Approach To Guaipyridine Alkaloids, Samantha Grosslight, Hope Spargo

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The guaipyridine alkaloids are a family of compounds that all share an unusual carbon structure, whose source plants have been used as a traditional medicine in Southeast Asia. Members of the guaipyridine family include cananodine and the rupestines. Cananodine has been isolated from the fruits of the Canaga odorata in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Cananodine has been used of decades as a traditional medicine for the treatment of malaria, infections and fever. Studies of cananodine’s biological activity have reveled activity against Hep G2 and Hep 2,2,15 human hepatocarcinoma cell lines, the most common types of liver ...


Classroom Scheduling Recommendations, Sharon Schmidtz Jan 2001

Classroom Scheduling Recommendations, Sharon Schmidtz

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Western is experiencing a classroom space crunch. Recommendations of classroom scheduling working group.