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CTK8D6758     (8R,9R,10R,11S,13S,14S,17R)- 11,17...

Synonyms: AR-1C0406, AC1L3X61, 2410-60-8
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Disease relevance of 18-oxocortisol


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Chemical compound and disease context of 18-oxocortisol


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