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Chemical Compound Review

Iodosobenzoate     2-iodosylbenzoic acid

Synonyms: AG-F-00575, ACMC-209hgh, CHEBI:52698, I8000_SIGMA, ANW-26895, ...
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Gene context of o-Iodosobenzoate


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of o-Iodosobenzoate

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  • Following cleavage of the tiger shark light chain with o-iodosobenzoic acid which cleaves at tryptophanyl residues, a constant region peptide was isolated by gel filtration [24].


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