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AC1L35UT     bis[4-[3-oxo-3-(2,4,6- trihydroxyphenyl)pro...

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Disease relevance of Diphloretin phosphate

  • Neither perfusion with diphloretin phosphate (10 micrograms/ml; n = 4) nor hypothermia (5 degrees C; n = 5) significantly affected the amount of [14C]mannitol retained; however, [3H]PGE2 remaining in these lungs increased significantly to 36 +/- 4 and 53 +/- 2%, respectively [1].
 

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