Paper Partition Chromatography of Riboflavine Decomposition Products

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THE photolysis of riboflavine has always been considered1 to be a complex process, but as a rule only the final products, lumichrome (6 : 7 dimethyl alloxazine) and lumiflavine (6 : 7 : 9 trimethyl iso-alloxazine), have been isolated.

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HAIS, I., PECÁKOVÁ, L. Paper Partition Chromatography of Riboflavine Decomposition Products. Nature 163, 768 (1949) doi:10.1038/163768a0

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