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CUNNINGHAM, K., MANSON, W., SPRING, F. et al. Cordycepin, a Metabolic Product isolated from Cultures of Cordyceps militaris (Linn.) Link.. Nature 166, 949 (1950). https://doi.org/10.1038/166949a0
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