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Œstrogenic Activity of some Hydrocarbon Derivatives of Ethylene

Nature volume 140, page 772 (30 October 1937) | Download Citation

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IN an earlier preliminary communication1, we reported the activity of some substituted derivatives of ethylene including the hydrocarbon diphenyl ethylene (stilbene). Before making any further publication, we decided to investigate other hydrocarbons of the same series as extensively as possible.

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  1. Courtauld Institute of Biochemistry, Middlesex Hospital, W.I. Oct. 13.

    • E. C. DODDS
    • , M. E. H. FITZGERALD
    •  & WILFRID LAWSON

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