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CHEBI:33197     (10R)-10-hydroxyoctadecanoic acid

Synonyms: AC1L1ZRO, LMFA02000237, C03195, (R)-10-Hydroxystearate, (R)-10-hydroxystearic acid, ...
 
 
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References

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