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Abstract

Following the preparation of rich concentrates of vitamin A (vitamin A alcohol, vitamin A1, axerophthol) from the unsaponifiable matter of fish liver oils, the following formula was established by Karrer, Morf and Schöpp (89):

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Methyl Ether Manganese Dioxide Biological Potency Propargyl Bromide Ethyl Bromoacetate 
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  • J. G. Baxter
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  1. 1.Communication No. 185 from the Laboratories of Distillation Products IndustriesRochesterUSA

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