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Chemical Compound Review

p-Octylphenol     4-octylphenol

Synonyms: SureCN18809, CHEMBL195437, QC-607, AG-C-92158, CHEBI:34432, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of C14132

 

High impact information on C14132

 

Biological context of C14132

 

Anatomical context of C14132

 

Associations of C14132 with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of C14132

  • The PCNA indices in adenocarcinomas, hyperplastic lesions, and nonlesional glands in rats treated with DMAB and 4-n-octylphenol were slightly lower than that of the DMAB alone group, but the differences were not statistically significant [1].
  • Furthermore non-halogenated compounds among these phenolic compounds, such as BPA, p-octylphenol, and p-nonylphenol, showed inhibitory effects on the isomerase activity of PDI [14].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of C14132

References

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