Waseda University scientists succeeded in developing the world’s first method for a total synthesis of cotylenin A, a plant growth regulator which has attracted considerable attention from the scientific community due to its promising bioactivity as an anti-cancer agent. With this new method, a new anticancer drug that exhibits stronger anticancer activity and causes no side effects could be developed.
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