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Chemical Compound Review

Tartronic acid     2-hydroxypropanedioic acid

Synonyms: PubChem2066, AG-K-49353, CHEBI:16513, NSC-36171, ACT06783, ...
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Disease relevance of hydroxymalonate

  • Saline or hydroxymalonate was infused continuously during sequential 30-min periods of normoxia (arterial PO2 approximately 150 Torr), hypoxemia (arterial PO2 approximately 30 Torr), and reoxygenation (arterial PO2 approximately 150 Torr) [1].

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Biological context of hydroxymalonate


Anatomical context of hydroxymalonate


Gene context of hydroxymalonate


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of hydroxymalonate


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