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Chemical Compound Review

INDANONE     2,3-dihydroinden-1-one

Synonyms: Hydrindone, alpha-Indanone, PubChem5339, indan-1-on, Indanone (VAN), ...
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  • The investigation of the product inhibition of (S)-(+)-1-indanol with NADP+ versus 1-indanone and NADPH clearly showed that the enzymatic reaction of DD3 may follow a typical ordered Bi Bi mechanism similar to many aldo/keto reductases [7].


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