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The chemistry and medicinal chemistry of geiparvarin


, : The chemistry and medicinal chemistry of geiparvarin. Fitoterapia 68(2): 115-126

The chemistry and medicinal chemistry of geiparvarin (1), a naturally occurring coumarin derivative isolated from the leaves of G. parviflora, are briefly reviewed. The structure and syntheses of this compound have been examined. Its role as a model compound for the design of new antitumor drugs has been emphasized.

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