alexa Steroids: A Diverse Class of Secondary Metabolites

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Steroids: A Diverse Class of Secondary Metabolites

Steroids form a group of secondary metabolites having diversity in their structure and biological functions. These natural products, although often linked with the deleterious effect on health, have many medicinal applications and the research is still continued in search of these secondary metabolites as potential lead in drug design/discovery. The Aim of this review is to systematically compile the basic information related to this class of natural products.

Citation: Sultan A, Rauf Raza A (2015) Steroids: A Diverse Class of Secondary Metabolites. Med chem 5:310-317. doi: 10.4172/2161-0444.1000279

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