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Comprehensive Natural Products II Vol.5 Amino Acids, by Mander L., Liu H.-W.B.

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A. Watson; R. J. Nash, Nat. Prod. Commun. 2008, 3, 93–110. 5. D. S. Bhakuni; D. S. Rawat, Bioactive Marine Peptides. In Bioactive Marine Natural Products; Bhakuni, D. S. and Rawat, D. , Springer: New York, 2005; pp 278–328. 6. M. Namikoshi; K. L. Rinehart, J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 1996, 17, 373–384. 7. D. S. Bhakuni; D. S. Rawat, Bioactive Metabolites of Marine Algae, Fungi and Bacteria. , Springer: New York, 2005; pp 1–25. 8. S. B. Singh; D. L. Zink; J. D. Polishook; A. W. Dombrowski; S.

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