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Cinnamal     (E)-3-phenylprop-2-enal

Synonyms: CNMA, Zimtaldehyde, Cinnemaldehyde, Phenylacrolein, cinnamaldehyde, ...
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  • These characteristic changes in AITC- or CA-treated cells were associated with the significant increase in frequencies of cells containing almost 3n to 4n chromosomes [11].

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