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Chemical Compound Review

IMPA     methyl-propan-2-yloxy- phosphinic acid

Synonyms: AG-E-75185, NSC-289137, NSC-289175, NSC-289180, NSC-289393, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of isopropoxy-methyl-phosphinic acid

 

High impact information on isopropoxy-methyl-phosphinic acid

 

Biological context of isopropoxy-methyl-phosphinic acid

 

Associations of isopropoxy-methyl-phosphinic acid with other chemical compounds

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of isopropoxy-methyl-phosphinic acid

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