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Chemical Compound Review

CCRIS 734     N-(4-phenylphenyl)ethanamide

Synonyms: CHEMBL300429, SureCN171741, NSC-3134, HSDB 5068, NSC-65931, ...
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  • The antibody was produced by the immunization of two female New Zealand White rabbits and was found to be highly specific for 4-acetamidobiphenyl (4-AABP), the acetylated metabolite of 4-ABP [13].


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