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Chemical Compound Review

AC1N9ZTZ     (2S)-2,3-dihydronaphthalene- 1,2-diol

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Disease relevance of Reaction product

  • Reaction product within the inner plexiform layer was observed in processes of ganglion cells at their sites of input from cone bipolar cells [1].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Reaction product

  • Reaction product analysis by HPLC clearly indicated that BGN16.1 has an endo-hydrolytic mode of action [21].
  • Reaction product identification and quantification are accomplished simultaneously with an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) using carbohydrate sequence-specific monoclonal antibodies. beta-Galactosyltransferase and alpha-galactosidase reactions were used to illustrate the salient features of the method [22].
  • Electron microscopy revealed that at E13 peroxidase reaction product for GD3 (RP) was present on the plasma membrane and in the cytoplasm of neuroblasts, with accentuation in the former [23].
  • Reaction product of 5-OHDA was observed along the endolymphatic surface of the cochlear duct in both 10-minute and 30-minute perfusions, while that of HRP was observed only in the 30-minute perfusion [24].
  • Reaction product for TG coincided well with previous investigations studied by electron microscopic autoradiography and is strongly positive in most follicular lumina having no relation to their size, reabsorbed colloid droplets or small subapical vesicles [25].


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