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A General Description of Apocynaceae Iridoids Chromatography

By Ana Cláudia F. Amaral, Aline de S. Ramos, José Luiz P. Ferreira, Arith R. dos Santos, Deborah Q. Falcão, Bianca O. da Silva, Debora T. Ohana and Jefferson Rocha de A. Silva

Submitted: June 19th 2012Reviewed: January 10th 2013Published: April 10th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55784

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Ana Cláudia F. Amaral, Aline de S. Ramos, José Luiz P. Ferreira, Arith R. dos Santos, Deborah Q. Falcão, Bianca O. da Silva, Debora T. Ohana and Jefferson Rocha de A. Silva (April 10th 2013). A General Description of Apocynaceae Iridoids Chromatography, Column Chromatography, Dean F. Martin and Barbara B. Martin, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55784. Available from:

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