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Chemical Compound Review

AC1L4A8G     phenylazanyl ethanoate

Synonyms: C02709, 71825-04-2, anilino acetate, N-(Acetyloxy)benzenamine, Benzenamine, N-(acetyloxy)-
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Disease relevance of acetic acid anilino ester

  • In the presence of AHAT, an enzyme that activates N-arylhydroxamic acids to electrophilic N-acetoxyarylamine intermediates, both compounds caused toxicity and mutagenicity in TK6 cells [1].

High impact information on acetic acid anilino ester


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