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SureCN8624463     (2-phenoxyphenyl)methyl 2,2-dimethyl-3-(2...

Synonyms: AC1MHL2B
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Disease relevance of S-2539-F


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Chemical compound and disease context of S-2539-F

  • The highest dose level tested for d-phenothrin was a limit dose (1000 mg/kg per day) designated in the current draft protocol by the OECD, and in fact there was no excessive systemic toxicity in both assays; slightly increased liver weight but no change of serum androgen levels in accessing anti-androgenicity [6].

Biological context of S-2539-F


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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of S-2539-F


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