Chemical Diversity of Eremophila Species and Screening Library Generation
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This thesis explores two aspects of natural product (NP) chemistry. In part A, the use of NPs as scaffolds in the generation of screening libraries was explored as a valuable way to produce structurally diverse compounds with lead- or drug-like physicochemical parameters. Part B describes the chemical investigations of several species from the under-studied Australian endemic plant genus Eremophila, which was selected for examination as it had high potential to be a source of both new chemistry and of unique scaffolds for screening library production.
Thesis (PhD Doctorate)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
School of Biomolecular and Physical Sciences
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Natural product chemistry