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 Pure Appl. Chem. Vol. 65, No. 6 (1993)

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Vol. 65, Issue 6

18th International Symposium on the Chemistry of Natural Products

IUPAC Recommendations on Nomenclature and Symbols and Technical Reports from Commissions

18th International Symposium on the Chemistry of Natural Products, Strasbourg, France, 30 August-4 September 1992

G. Ourisson and R. E. Wolff
p. iv [full text - pdf 63 kB]

Traditional Chinese medicines and new drug development
D. Bai
p. 1103 [full text - pdf 1285 kB]

How Nature builds the pigments of life
A. R. Battersby
p. 1113 [full text - pdf 1038 kB]

Design, synthesis, and evaluation of DNA minor groove binding agents
D. L. Boger
p. 1123 [full text - pdf 1187 kB]

Oxidative bond cleavage reactions in Nature; mechanistic and ecological aspects
W. Boland
p. 1133 [full text - pdf 1033 kB]

From amino acids to prebiotic active peptides: A chemical reconstitution
A. Brack
p. 1143 [full text - pdf 881 kB]

Recent applications of radical reactions in natural product synthesis
D. P. Curran, J. Sisko, P. E. Yeske and H. Liu
p. 1153 [full text - pdf 701 kB]

Intramolecular strategies and stereoelectronic effects. Glycosides hydrolysis revisited
P. Deslongchamps
p. 1161 [full text - pdf 1128 kB]

Hexose nucleic acids
A. Eschenmoser
p. 1179 [full text - pdf 762 kB]

Reflections on the total synthesis of natural products: Art, craft, logic, and the chiron approach
S. Hanessian
p. 1189 [full text - pdf 1169 kB]

Evolution of catalytic function
G. F. Joyce
p. 1205 [full text - pdf 1767 kB]

DNA-drug interactions
O. Kennard
p. 1213 [full text - pdf 1384 kB]

Glycopeptides of biological interest: A challenge for chemical synthesis
H. Kunz
p. 1223 [full text - pdf 1066 kB]

Structural elucidation and chiral syntheses of insect pheromones and extension of the synthetic approaches
G.-Q. Lin
p. 1233 [full text - pdf 656 kB]

Possible evolutionary relationships in a signal transduction system
K. Lee, Y.-L. Tzeng, N. Liu, M. W. Dudley and D. G. Lynn
p. 1241 [full text - pdf 706 kB]

Biotin biosynthesis
A. Marquet
p. 1249 [full text - pdf 342 kB]

Oncoprecipitins: A novel type of natural substances and oncofetal antigens
S. V. Moroz, A. V. Kurika and A. F. Pavlenko
p. 1253 [full text - pdf 1620 kB]

Comprehensive survey of endogenous regulators of crustacean moulting
Y. Naya and M. Ikeda
p. 1265 [full text - pdf 926 kB]

Progress towards the total synthesis of the enediyne anticancer antibiotics
K. C. Nicolaou and A. L. Smith
p. 1271 [full text - pdf 1248 kB]

On the origins of organic matter in carbonaceous chondrites
J. Reisse and F. Mullie
p. 1281 [full text - pdf 1789 kB]

The biosynthesis of triterpenoids of the hopane series in the Eubacteria: A mine of new enzymatic reactions
M. Rohmer
p. 1293 [full text - pdf 714 kB]

Genetically engineered synthesis of natural products
A. I. Scott
p. 1299 [full text - pdf 949 kB]

Biosynthesis and synthesis of bioactive natural lactams
Ch. Tamm
p. 1309 [full text - pdf 719 kB]

Stereocontrolled synthesis via chiral aziridines
D. Tanner
p. 1319 [full text - pdf 781 kB]

Superacidic cyclization of terpenoids
P. F. Vlad
p. 1329 [full text - pdf 542 kB]

Oligonucleotide derivatives: Biologically active compounds targeted to specific genes
V. V. Vlassov
p. 1337 [full text - pdf 953 kB]

The cradle chemistry of life: On the origin of natural products in a pyrite-pulled chemoautotrophic origin of life
G. Wachtershauser
p. 1343 [full text - pdf 760 kB]

Synthesis of antitumour agents
J. S. Yadav
p. 1349 [full text - pdf 760 kB]

IUPAC Recommendations on Nomenclature and Symbols and Technical Reports from Commissions

Revised nomenclature for radicals, ions, radical ions and related species (IUPAC Recommendations 1993)
Commission on Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry
W. H. Powell
p. 1357 [full text - pdf 4360 kB]

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