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Abstract

Ten years have elapsed since the pyrrolizidine alkaloids were reviewed in this series (387), and it is a not much shorter period since they formed the subject of an excellent account by Leonard (329) and a masterly summary by Boit (225). The intervening years have seen considerable activity in the isolation of new alkaloids, the determination of absolute structures, the synthesis of both the “necine” bases and “necic” acids, the study of the formation of these alkaloids in the plant and the effect of structure in hepatic cirrhosis.

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Methyl Ether Absolute Configuration Glutaric Acid Pyrrolizidine Alkaloid Acid Lactone 
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