Sengosterone, an insect metamorphosing substance from Cyathula capitata: Structure

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A novel C29 insect metamorphosing substance, sengosterone, has been isolated from Cyathula capitata (Amaranthaceae) and shown to have structure I by chemical and physico-chemical studies. © 1970.

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Hikino, H., Nomoto, K., & Takemoto, T. (1970). Sengosterone, an insect metamorphosing substance from Cyathula capitata: Structure. Tetrahedron, 26(3), 887–898. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4020(01)97887-1

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