Basil Weedon

Chemistry Queen Mary, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
structure and synthesis of carotenoids
"Basil Weedon"

(1923 - 2003)

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CHOPRA AK, KHAMBAY BPS, MADDEN H, et al. (1989) ChemInform Abstract: Carotenoids and Related Compounds. Part 43. Synthesis of Substituted α-Ionones and of Diastereoisomers of Decaprenoxanthin. Cheminform. 20
Chopra AK, Moss GP, Weedon BCL. (1988) Carotenoids and related compounds. Part 40. Synthesis of trikentriorhodin and other β-diketones Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1. 1371-1382
Chopra AK, Moss GP, Weedon BCL. (1977) Synthesis of the enolic β-diketone carotenoids, mytiloxanthin and trikentriorhodin Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications. 467-468
MAYER HJ, RIGASSI N, SCHWIETER U, et al. (1976) ChemInform Abstract: SYNTHESIS OF ABSCISIC ACID Chemischer Informationsdienst. 7: no-no
Garwood RF, Naser-ud-Din, Scott CJ, et al. (1973) Anodic syntheses. Part XV. Further studies with ethylenic acids Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1. 2714-2721
Ansell MF, Shepherd IS, Weedon BCL. (1971) The autoxidation of 9(10)-hydroxy-10(9)-oxo-octadecanoic acid in alkaline media Journal of the Chemical Society C: Organic Chemistry. 1857-1859
Holzel R, Leftwick AP, Weedon BCL. (1969) Synthesis of violerythrin and actinioerythrol Journal of the Chemical Society D: Chemical Communications. 128-129
Weedon BC. (1967) Some studies on carotenoid synthesis. Pure and Applied Chemistry. Chimie Pure Et AppliquéE. 14: 265-78
Leftwick AP, Weedon BC. (1966) Carotenoids and related compounds. 13. Synthesis of 4-keto-gamma-carotene and its 1'-hydroxy-1',2'-dihydro derivative. Acta Chemica Scandinavica. 20: 1195-9
Pattenden G, Weedon BCL, Garbers CF, et al. (1965) Synthesis of cis- and di-cis-polyenes by reactions of the Wittig type. A new isomer of vitamin A acid Chemical Communications (London). 347b-349
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