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183. K. C. Chan, F. Morsingh, and G. B. Yeoh, J. Chem. , C , Org. 2245 (1966); G. B. Yeoh, K. C. Chan, and F. Morsingh, Tetrahedron Letters 931 (1966). --CHAPTER 2- THE AJMALINE-SARPAGINE ALKALOIDS W. I. TAYLOR Research Department, CIBA Phamaceutical Company, Division of C I B A Corporation, Summit, New Jersey I. The Ajmaline Group.. A. Congeners of Ajmaline ............................................. B. The 16-MethoxycarbonyltetraphyllicineSubgroup. C. The Mass Spectra of Ajmaline Derivatives..
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Commun. 538 (1966); P. Loew, H. Geoggel, and D. Arigoni, ibid. 347. 3. A. R. Battersby, R. T. Brown, R. S. Kapil, A. 0. Plunkett, and J. B. Taylor, Chem. Commun. 46 (1966); A. R. Battersby, R. T. Brown, J. A. Knight, J. A. Martin, and A. 0. Plunkett, ibid. 346; A. R. Battersby, R. T. Brown, R. S. Kapil, J. A. Knight, J. A. Martin, and A. 0. Plunkett, ibid. 888; A. R. Battersby, R. T. Brown, R. S. Kapil, J. A. Martin, and A. 0. Plunkett, ibid. 890. 34 V. SNIECKUS 3a. A. R. Battersby, R. Binks, W.
Alkaloids: Chemistry and Pharmacology: v. 11 by R.H.F Manske, H.L. Holmes