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PubChem9842     2-(3,4- dihydroxyphenyl)chromen-4-one

Synonyms: CHEMBL222556, SureCN345706, AG-D-95197, ACMC-20anf0, CHEBI:473563, ...
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Disease relevance of ZINC00057659

  • Conclusions: Alizarin-beta-d-glucoside is a highly sensitive substrate for detection of bacterial beta-glucosidase and compares favourably with existing substrates. beta-glucosides of 3',4'-dihydroxyflavone and 3-hydroxyflavone are effective substrates for the detection of beta-glucosidase in enterococci and Listeria spp [1].

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