Benziminazole Analogues of Pteroic and Pteroylglutamic Acids

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IN the course of experiments on the relationship of structure to biological activity in the folic acid series of growth factors, we have examined the benziminazole analogues of pteroic acid and of pteroylglutamic acid1.

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KING, F., SPENSLEY, P. & NIMMO-SMITH, R. Benziminazole Analogues of Pteroic and Pteroylglutamic Acids. Nature 162, 153–154 (1948) doi:10.1038/162153b0

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