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Tetraethyllead     tetraethylplumbane

Synonyms: Bleitetraethyl, PbEt4, HSDB 841, CCRIS 1565, NCI-C54988, ...
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Disease relevance of TETRAETHYL LEAD


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Chemical compound and disease context of TETRAETHYL LEAD


Biological context of TETRAETHYL LEAD


Anatomical context of TETRAETHYL LEAD


Associations of TETRAETHYL LEAD with other chemical compounds


Gene context of TETRAETHYL LEAD

  • The transplacental effect of lead compounds (lead acetate and tetraethyl lead) on the tissue plasminogen activator activity (PAA), plasminogen activator inhibition (PAI) and plasmin inhibition (PI) was studied in the rat [18].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of TETRAETHYL LEAD


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