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Chemical Compound Review

AC1L3FYW     N-propylprop-2-enamide

Synonyms: CTK0J3635, AR-1K8130, AKOS009808080, AC1Q5BJ2, A833757, ...
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Disease relevance of N-propylacrylamide


Psychiatry related information on N-propylacrylamide

  • In order to estimate response time of the clamper, the characteristic transition time of PNIPAAm film from hydrophilic to hydrophobic condition was investigated [3].

High impact information on N-propylacrylamide


Biological context of N-propylacrylamide


Anatomical context of N-propylacrylamide

  • Endothelial cells were then seeded onto the same surfaces at 37 degrees C. These subsequently seeded endothelial cells adhered only to the now-exposed PIPAAm-grafted domains and could be co-cultured with the hepatocytes initially seeded at 37 degrees C in well-ordered patterns [11].
  • On the small intestine of a pig, a clamping mechanism was realized based on simple switching hydrophobic/hydrophilic surface conditions of PNIPAAm due to heating/cooling [3].

Associations of N-propylacrylamide with other chemical compounds


Gene context of N-propylacrylamide


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of N-propylacrylamide


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