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Chemical Compound Review

NSC-2347     propane-1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid

Synonyms: T53503_ALDRICH, AG-B-76621, ACMC-209sbq, CHEBI:45969, ANW-40980, ...
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  • (4) A reduction in mobility of the tempo-stearate spin label suggests that the tricarballylic acid (TCA) moieties of FB1 might mimic the structure of polar headgroups in phospholipids [13].
  • 4. Tricarballylate was a competitive inhibitor of the enzyme, aconitate hydratase (aconitase; EC, and the inhibitor constant, KI, was 0.52 mM [8].
  • Insertion of 2-carboxysuccinate and tricarballylic acid fragments into cyclic-pseudopeptides: new antagonists for the human tachykinin NK-2 receptor [14].

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  5. Ability of Acidaminococcus fermentans to oxidize trans-aconitate and decrease the accumulation of tricarballylate, a toxic end product of ruminal fermentation. Cook, G.M., Wells, J.E., Russell, J.B. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. (1994) [Pubmed]
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