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AC1L1XPX     acetyloxymethylimino-methyl- oxido-azanium

Synonyms: acetyloxymethylimino-methyl-oxidoazanium
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  • The controls of a fibroblastic cell culture derived from gill tissue of bluegill sunfish showed spontaneous transformation after 6 months of passage, similar to the transformation observed in the experimental MAM acetate treated gill cultures [8].


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