Part I, Synthetic approaches to the marine sterol demethylgorgosterol. Part II, On the biological role of marine sterols: composition and properties of the membrane lipids of the sponge Aplysina fistularis (Pallas) forma Fulva (Pallas)
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Demethylgorgosterol Side Chain
Discussion and Conclusion
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