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MCBA     3-chlorobenzoic acid

Synonyms: PubChem8991, CHEMBL20563, SureCN38766, ARONIS013311, NSC-8443, ...
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  • Enzyveba significantly increased the availability and the persistence of aerobic PCB- and chlorobenzoic acid-degrading cultivable bacteria in the bioreactors, in particular during the earlier phase of treatment [12].


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