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CHEBI:2247     7,8-diaminononanoic acid

Synonyms: AG-K-95805, CTK4E7598, AR-1H2925, AKOS006283697, AC1L19PQ, ...
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  • Strong additional electron density close to the N7 nitrogen atom of the 7,8-diaminononanoic acid substrate in some complexes indicates that, even in the absence of added bicarbonate in the crystallization mixture, the carbamylated intermediate is formed in the crystal.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS)[10]


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