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AG-B-74461     3-phenylprop-2-enal

Synonyms: AG-D-16902, ACMC-209cra, ANW-15082, ANW-20804, KB-76097, ...
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Disease relevance of cinnamaldehyde


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Chemical compound and disease context of cinnamaldehyde


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Gene context of cinnamaldehyde


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