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[2] see e.g. US5461175 "Method for separating enantiomers of aryloxipropanolamine derivatives, and chiral solid-phase chromatography material for use in the method". This patent is available in the net e.g. via http://qpat2.qpat.com

[3]    Acetone was also used for the removal of the fines via sedimentation, but acetonitrile gave better results as here the fines settled two times slower than in acetone.

[4] The details of the chiral CE-separation of galanthamine will be published elsewhere

[5] Bores, G.M.; Kosley, R.W. Galanthamine Derivatives for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease, Drugs of the Future, 1996, 21, 621-635.

[ 6 ]  Czollner, L.; Frantsits, W.; Kčenburg, B.; Hedenig, U.; FrÜhlich, J.; Jordis, U. "New Kilogram-Synthesis of the Anti-Alzheimer Drug (-)-Galanthamine" Tetrahedron Letters 1998, 39, 2087-2088.