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CHEMBL55267     [(2S)-1-hydroxy-3- octanoyloxy-propan-2-yl]...

Synonyms: BSPBio_001291, KBioGR_000011, KBioSS_000011, CHEBI:76979, D5156_SIGMA, ...
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