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Hexan-2-one     hexan-2-one

Synonyms: Hexanone, MNBK, Propylacetone, Hexanone-2, AGN-PC-0CR26N, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of hexan-2-one

 

High impact information on hexan-2-one

 

Biological context of hexan-2-one

 

Anatomical context of hexan-2-one

  • Morphological evaluation suggested mitochondria respond differently to CHCl3 in ketone-pretreated (chlordecone or 2-hexanone) animals compared to corn oil-pretreated controls [9].
  • In a final experiment, ketone-pretreated (chlordecone or 2-hexanone) animals were killed 6 h after CHCl3 administration and evaluated morphologically for evidence of modified organelle response [9].
  • Like the immunoblot analysis, anti-P450IIE1(91) inhibited toluene side-chain hydroxylase activity in all microsomes, except in preparations from phenobarbital-treated rats and anti-P450IIB1 in microsomes from phenobarbital-, 2-hexanone- and acetonyl acetone-treated rats.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)[10]
 

Associations of hexan-2-one with other chemical compounds

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