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Epofenonane     2-ethyl-3-[3-ethyl-5-(4...

Synonyms: CTK8J4085, AC1L27GV, 57342-02-6, EINECS 260-685-9, Epofenonane [ISO]
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  • Down-regulation of expression of a pupal cuticle protein gene (GmPCP52) was investigated during metamorphosis in Galleria during normal development and in response to 20-hydroxyecdysone (20 E) and a juvenile hormone analogue (epofenonane) [1].
  • Treatment of L5D2 larvae with the juvenile hormone mimic epofenonane resulted in a 7- and 14-fold increase in the level of JHE mRNA in the integument and fat body, respectively [2].
  • Epofenonane did not decrease reproduction in the NIES and Belgium A strains as dramatically as did fenoxycarb, but the neonatal sex ratio changed in a concentration-dependent manner [3].
  • EC50 values for production of male neonates were estimated as 400 (JH I), 410 (JH II), 190 (kinoprene), 2.9 (hydroprene), 64 (epofenonane), and 0.92 (fenoxycarb) microg/l. The number of neonates produced was reduced with all chemicals at the concentrations investigated [4].


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