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AG-G-37936     tetradecyl ethanoate

Synonyms: ANW-64634, AC1L1ZSL, CTK5B9997, SBB060588, LMFA07010331, ...
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Biological context of tetradecyl ethanoate


Anatomical context of tetradecyl ethanoate

  • Adhesion assays were performed with HAEC stimulated with interleukin (IL)-1 beta or U937 cells activated with phorbol myristyl acetate; ROS were measured after challenging HAEC with IL-1 beta or hydrogen peroxide [7].

Gene context of tetradecyl ethanoate

  • Release was Ca2+ dependent and stimulated by either phorbol myristyl acetate (a protein kinase-C activator) or NaF (a G-protein activator) [8].


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