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Plant mucilages. XXXIII. An acetyl-rich mucilage, Lycoris-S-glucomannan, from the bulbs of Lycoris squamigera


, : Plant mucilages. XXXIII. An acetyl-rich mucilage, Lycoris-S-glucomannan, from the bulbs of Lycoris squamigera. Chemical and pharmaceutical bulletin 31(11): 3878-3882



Accession: 016676651

DOI: 10.1248/cpb.31.3878

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