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dioctyltin     dioctyltin

Synonyms: Di-n-octyltin, AC1L1DQA, CTK3I7877, LS-146541, BRN 4126468, ...
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  • Oral administration of dioctyltin dichloride (DOTC) results in the production or release of factors which appear to prevent thymocyte maturation at an early stage [10].


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