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Liquid crystalline glycosteroids and acyl steroid glycosides (ASG)

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Liquid crystalline glycosteroids and acyl steroid glycosides (ASG). / Yang, Zonglong; Xu, Rui; Ali-Rachedi, Fahima; Chambert, Stéphane; Xavier, Nuno M.; Soulère, Laurent; Ahmar, Mohammed; Mackenzie, Grahame; Davis, Edward J.; Goodby, John W.; Cowling, Stephen J.; Queneau, Yves.

In: LIQUID CRYSTALS, Vol. 44, No. 12-13, 30.10.2017, p. 2089-2107.

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Yang, Z, Xu, R, Ali-Rachedi, F, Chambert, S, Xavier, NM, Soulère, L, Ahmar, M, Mackenzie, G, Davis, EJ, Goodby, JW, Cowling, SJ & Queneau, Y 2017, 'Liquid crystalline glycosteroids and acyl steroid glycosides (ASG)', LIQUID CRYSTALS, vol. 44, no. 12-13, pp. 2089-2107. https://doi.org/10.1080/02678292.2017.1346211

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Yang, Z., Xu, R., Ali-Rachedi, F., Chambert, S., Xavier, N. M., Soulère, L., Ahmar, M., Mackenzie, G., Davis, E. J., Goodby, J. W., Cowling, S. J., & Queneau, Y. (2017). Liquid crystalline glycosteroids and acyl steroid glycosides (ASG). LIQUID CRYSTALS, 44(12-13), 2089-2107. https://doi.org/10.1080/02678292.2017.1346211

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Yang Z, Xu R, Ali-Rachedi F, Chambert S, Xavier NM, Soulère L et al. Liquid crystalline glycosteroids and acyl steroid glycosides (ASG). LIQUID CRYSTALS. 2017 Oct 30;44(12-13):2089-2107. https://doi.org/10.1080/02678292.2017.1346211

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Yang, Zonglong ; Xu, Rui ; Ali-Rachedi, Fahima ; Chambert, Stéphane ; Xavier, Nuno M. ; Soulère, Laurent ; Ahmar, Mohammed ; Mackenzie, Grahame ; Davis, Edward J. ; Goodby, John W. ; Cowling, Stephen J. ; Queneau, Yves. / Liquid crystalline glycosteroids and acyl steroid glycosides (ASG). In: LIQUID CRYSTALS. 2017 ; Vol. 44, No. 12-13. pp. 2089-2107.

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