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Chalcone, 3     (E)-3-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-1- phenyl-prop-2-en...

Synonyms: CHEMBL7747, AC1NQZY1, Bio-0682, SureCN1375837, NSC-170282, ...
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  2. New syntheses and potential antimalarial activities of new 'retinoid-like chalcones'. Valla, A., Valla, B., Cartier, D., Le Guillou, R., Labia, R., Florent, L., Charneau, S., Schrevel, J., Potier, P. European journal of medicinal chemistry. (2006) [Pubmed]
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