Synthetic bisQuaternary Salts Related to d-Tubocurarine


IN the search for synthetic curarizing agents, a number of bisquaternary salts simulating the bisquaternary compound, d-tubocurarine (IV), have previously been prepared1,2.

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COPP, F., MOGEY, G. Synthetic bisQuaternary Salts Related to d-Tubocurarine. Nature 165, 601–602 (1950).

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