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Manofast     amino-imino-methanesulfinic acid

Synonyms: AIMSA, PubChem18093, F16001_ALDRICH, NSC-34540, NSC-226979, ...
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Disease relevance of Aminoiminomethanesulphinic acid


High impact information on Aminoiminomethanesulphinic acid


Associations of Aminoiminomethanesulphinic acid with other chemical compounds

  • The specificity of thiourea dioxide for lysine residues indicates that one or more lysines are most likely involved in CTP synthetase activity [1].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Aminoiminomethanesulphinic acid


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