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Synthesis of 26-methyl cholestane and identification of cryostanes in mid-Neoproterozoic sediments
Identification of alkyl guaiacyl dehydroabietates as novel markers of wood tar from Pinaceae in archaeological samples
The effects of diagenetic aromatization on the carbon and hydrogen isotopic composition of higher plant di- and triterpenoids: Evidence from buried wood
The potential of triterpenoids as chemotaxonomic tools to identify and differentiate genuine, adulterated and archaeological balsams
Betulin-related esters from birch bark tar: Identification, origin and archaeological significance
Quantitative and specific recovery of natural organic and mineral sulfur for (multi-)isotope analysis
TRITERPENOIDS FROM BALSAMS: USEFUL MARKERS TO RECOGNIZE GENUINE, ADULTERATED AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESINS
Terpenoid-Derived Sulfides as Ultimate Organic Sulfur Compounds in Extensively Desulfurized Fuels
Biosynthesis of Isoprene Units in Euphorbia lathyris Laticifers vs. Other Tissues: MVA and MEP Pathways, Compartmentation and Putative Endophytic Fungi Contribution
Abiotic oxidation of petroleum bitumens under natural conditions
The canopic jars of Rameses II: real use revealed by molecular study of organic residues
Ligand exchange processes between molybdenum and zinc additives in lubricants: evidence from NMR ( 1 H, 13 C, 31 P) and HPLC-MS analysis
Geological alteration of Precambrian steroids mimics early animal signatures
Birch bark tar and jewellery: The case study of a necklace from the Iron Age (Eckwersheim, NE France)
Organic substances from Egyptian jars of the Early Dynastic period (3100–2700 BCE): Mode of preparation, alteration processes and botanical (re)assessment of “cedrium”
Molecular, isotopic and radiocarbon evidence for broomcorn millet cropping in Northeast France since the Bronze Age
Identification of the earliest collagen- and plant-based coatings from Neolithic artefacts (Nahal Hemar cave, Israel)
Chemical forms of sulfur in geological and archeological asphaltenes from Middle East, France, and Spain determined by sulfur K- and L-edge X-ray absorption near-edge structure spectroscopy
A heptacyclic polyprenoid hydrocarbon in sediments: a clue to unprecedented biological lipids
Synthesis and NMR characterisation of novel highly cyclised polyprenoid hydrocarbons from sediments

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